need to know basis

Georgetown, KY

#1 Jan 4, 2011
whats the least amount of time you can serve in jail for your very first felonie offence....any info. would be great thanks
friend

United States

#2 Jan 4, 2011
It would help if u knew how to spell felony correctly. Be more specific, what is the felony for?
need to know basis

Georgetown, KY

#3 Jan 4, 2011
well for one, i know how to spell it, i just wrote it quickly and spelled it wrong on accident, and two, its a class D felony, for shoplifting. its their fist felony
Just Sayin

Lakeland, FL

#4 Jan 4, 2011
need to know basis wrote:
well for one, i know how to spell it, i just wrote it quickly and spelled it wrong on accident, and two, its a class D felony, for shoplifting. its their fist felony
Probation. Probably, maybe have to pay back the amount of what you/he/she stole. How much was it??
need to know basis

Georgetown, KY

#5 Jan 4, 2011
Just Sayin wrote:
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Probation. Probably, maybe have to pay back the amount of what you/he/she stole. How much was it??
well what they took was worth $506. but they told the guards who work at the jail where they took it to and helped the store get their property back...could that possibly help them
Just Sayin

Lakeland, FL

#6 Jan 4, 2011
need to know basis wrote:
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well what they took was worth $506. but they told the guards who work at the jail where they took it to and helped the store get their property back...could that possibly help them
Yeah, it will. But they will prob still get probation. Either that or told not to go back to that particular store. I believe that ($506) would be considered "petty theft" which is a misdemeanor. More than likely no jail time at all. Wouldn't make it a habit tho.:) Hope this helps you.
Just Sayin

Lakeland, FL

#7 Jan 4, 2011
need to know basis wrote:
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well what they took was worth $506. but they told the guards who work at the jail where they took it to and helped the store get their property back...could that possibly help them
Seems to me this is a first degree misdemeanor. If it is a Class D felony then here is the following info:

A class D felony is defined by the Kentucky penal code in section 532.020 Sec 1(A) Designation of offenses. According to 532.020 Sec 1(A), a class D felony is (1) Any offense defined outside this code for which a law outside this code provides a sentence to a term of imprisonment in the state for at least one but nor more than fiveyears. Your charge of receiving stolen property, because it carries a potential penalty of between one and five years imprisonment is an example of a Class D felony in Kentucky. Because you face potential jail time and a felony record, you should speak with a criminal attorney as soon as possible. An experienced criminal attorney may be able to help you understand your options regarding potential penalties and/or may even be able to help you plea bargain or arrange a deal in which you are charged with a misdemeanor instead of a felony, depending on your circumstances
Just Sayin

Lakeland, FL

#8 Jan 4, 2011
You are right. It's over 500 so it is a felony. Most would probably be 60 days, maybe some community service and an order to stay away from the store. Good luck.

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