Class E Felony - New York
In New York, felonies are graded into Class A (most serious), class B,
C, D, and class E.
Class E felony penalties with no prior record (generally)
- Up to 4 years in New York State prison
- Up to 1 year in jail (Rikers Island)
- Jail and probation
If you're facing a class E felony in New York City, you face the possibility
of up to 4 years in prison. If you've been previously convicted of
a felony, you may face a mandatory prison sentence. Additional penalties
may apply for certain case situations such as sex offenses, domestic violence,
or other special situations.
Other Complications from a class E felony conviction
- Permanent felony record
- Employment consequences
- Immigration consequences
- Housing problems
- Loss of certain other rights
If you or a loved one is charged with a class E felony in Manhattan, Brooklyn,
Queens, the Bronx, or Staten Island,
contact us at 212-619-3900 to discuss why we may be the NYC criminal defense attorney
for your case.