sustantivo (plural felonies)
- The principal felonies were homicide, rape, theft, burglary, robbery and arson.
- California requires DNA sampling only from those convicted for violent felonies and some sex crimes.
- And the schedule is there, so your Honours can see how the felonies and misdemeanours were changed.
In the US the distinction between felonies and misdemeanours usually depends on the penalties or consequences attaching to the crime. In English law felony originally comprised those offences (murder, wounding, arson, rape, and robbery) for which the penalty included forfeiture of land and goods. Forfeiture was abolished in 1870, and in 1967 felonies and misdemeanours were replaced by indictable and non-indictable offences.
Middle English: from Old French felonie, from felon (see felon1).
Palabras que riman con felonyMelanie, miscellany
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