If you’re convicted of a Class B Felony in New York, you’re looking at a sentence of up to 25 years, with special consideration applied to violent crimes and drug felonies.
For instance, if you’re a first offender convicted of a Class B Felony stemming from a violent or drug crime, your sentence will be between five and 25 years.
But if you have a prior conviction and are convicted of a Class B Felony on violent or drug grounds, you’re looking at 10-25 years in prison.
If you’ve been charged with a Class B Felony, you are in serious legal jeopardy and need help right away.
In Queens, call the Criminal Defense Attorneys at Zelenitz, Shapiro & D’Agostino at 718-599-1111 for a free, confidential consultation today.