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Felony Classifications (Wis. Stats. 939.50)

Felonies in Wisconsin are crimes punishable by incarceration in the state prison system and not just a local county jail.  Sentences are assigned two parts: an initial prison term (confinement time) and then a term of extended supervision (street time/parole). Felonies are classified by statute, see Wis. Stats. Sec, 939.50.

Felony Classification Potential Penalties
Class A  life imprisonment
Class B  up to 60 years imprisonment
Class C  up to 40 years and/or a $100,00.00 fine
Class D up to 25 years and/or a $100,000.00 fine
Class E up to 15 years and/or a $50,000.00 fine
Class F  up to 12 years six months and/or a $25,000.00 fine
Class G up to 10 years and/or a $25,000.00 fine
Class H up to six years and/or a $10,000.00 fine
Class I up to three years six months  and/or a $10,000.00 fine
(Refer to Wis. Stats. 939.50)