In Michigan, felonies are the most serious crimes. A felony conviction could lead to more than one year in prison, a criminal record, probation, fines and costs. There are different classifications for Michigan felonies ranging from Class A Felonies to Class G Felonies. Class A Felonies are punishable by up to life in prison. The penalties for any crime will also vary depending on whether it is your first, second or third offense. If you are facing felony charges, you want an attorney fighting for your rights.
Common Felony Charges
|Carrying a Concealed Weapon||Operating While Intoxicated|
|Domestic Violence||Receiving Stolen Property|
|Drug Crimes||Retail Fraud|
|Felony Firearm||Sex Offenses|
|Fleeing and Eluding Police||Weapon Violations|
|Home Invasion||Uttering and Publishing|
|Malicious Destruction of Property|
Learn more about Michigan Felony Case Stages and Court Procedure.