Violent crimes include: homicide, murder, assault, manslaughter, sexual assault, rape, robbery, negligence, endangerment, kidnapping (abduction), extortion, and harassment. Felonies.org explains what each felony involves and what you may be up against if you were to be charged with one of them. Whether you’re here just to learn general information about these crimes, what to expect in court, or learning for yourself or someone you know, all of the info you need to know is here.
What Is a Class B Felony?
Here is all you need to know about class B felony. Also get to find out the best approach to handling class B felony charges.Read More »
Child Endangerment and Everything That Encompasses It
Can spanking a child be considered as child endangerment? Should a parent be punished for leaving their child at home? This resource answers all the questions that concern child endangerment, child abuse and neglect.Read More »
What’s the Difference Between Assault and Battery?
The distinction lies with whether a physical, intentionally harmful act occurred or was merely threatened.Read More »
What Is Vehicular Manslaughter?
Each state defines vehicular manslaughter differently. Below are examples of vehicular manslaughter and the resulting penalties.Read More »
Racketeering Explained: The Infamous RICO Statute
Below, we will go over the RICO Act, origins of racketeering, and the history of organized crime in the United States.Read More »
Misdemeanors and Felonies: Everything You Need to Know
We'll learn about the differences between a misdemeanor and a felony, types of misdemeanors and felonies, and the penalty for such offenses.Read More »
Is Involuntary Manslaughter a Felony?
In this article, we will define the various types of manslaughter and highlight modern examples of the law in action.Read More »
What Is a Wobbler?
Not every case fits into a description of a crime perfectly, and unique situations can't always be treated with a one-size-fits-all penalty.Read More »
Romeo & Juliet Law: Age of Sexual Consent Exemptions Explained
It's a given that it's illegal to have any type of sexual relations with a minor, but age of consent laws aren't as cut and dry as they sound.Read More »
What Are the Punishments for Mail Fraud, Theft, and Other Mail Related Felonies?
It's important to know what these postal crimes are, what you are and aren't allowed to mail, and what the penalties are for violating these laws.Read More »