Traducción de felony en Español:

felony

delito grave, n.

Pronunciación /ˈfɛləni//ˈfɛləni/

nombre

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    (in US Law)
    delito grave masculino
    • Some of these crimes are misdemeanors; others are felonies of various degrees.
    • California requires DNA sampling only from those convicted for violent felonies and some sex crimes.
    • One fan will be charged with a felony assault charge for accusations of throwing a chair.
    • The 39-year-old singer was booked on a felony charge of assault with a deadly weapon late on Friday.
    • What's the difference between felonies, misdemeanors, and infractions?
    • Using a destructive device in a violent crime is a federal felony that carries a mandatory minimum of 30 years in jail.
    • If convicted of the felony charge, the woman could face up to five years in jail.
    • If convicted of the felony charges they could face up to five years in jail.
    • And the schedule is there, so your Honours can see how the felonies and misdemeanours were changed.
    • If convicted on the felony charge, he could lose his right to work in the United States.
    • Well, in this case, under a felony murder charge, she would be guilty and a jury has found her guilty.
    • That charge could be filed as either a misdemeanor or a felony, depending on the circumstances.
    • In the great majority of cases in which death ensues as a result of a tort felony has been committed.
    • Dealing with felonies, including rape, murder, and assault, often fell to the citizens who witnessed them.
    • The total number of sustained felonies, misdemeanors, and probation violations was computed.
    • So your Honour can see that there was no act done in the course of a different felony which you would need for a felony murder situation.
    • There is a considerable historical literature that explores changes in the process of prosecuting both felonies and misdemeanors in England.
    • In the US, the vast majority of murders and other felonies are state crimes.
    • Now the choice is go to trial on a felony assault charge and hope for an acquittal or plead guilty to a misdemeanor.
    • The principal felonies were homicide, rape, theft, burglary, robbery and arson.