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Missouri Sentencing Ranges

Maximum Missouri Sentencing ranges are as follows:

Felonies

Felony Class (A) - 10 years to 30 years, and up to life in the Missouri Department of Corrections

Felony Class (B) - 5 years to 15 years in the Missouri Department of Corrections

Felony Class (C) - 2 years and not to exceed 7 years in the Missouri Department of Corrections

Felony Class (D) - 1 year and not to exceed 4 years in the Missouri Department of Corrections

Felony Probation - The probation term for a felony conviction is from 1 year to 5 years.

Prison time:

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Misdemeanors

Class (A) misdemeanor - 1 day to 364 days in jail

Class (B) misdemeanor - 1 day to 180 days in jail

Class (C) misdemeanor - 1 day to 15 days in jail

Ordinance violations and infractions - no jail time

Misdemeanor Probation - The probation term for a misdemeanor conviction is up to 2 years.

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Alternative Sentences to jail or prison time:

There are several types of alternative sentences in Missouri that can avoid actual prison time. These include, but are not limited to drug court, DWI court, mental health court and veterans court. Additionally, for those with substance abuse addictions and facing serious offenses or someone with a past criminal history, 120 days in an institutional treatment program or long term treatment up to approximately 1 year is possible.

Statute of limitations for Felonies and Misdemeanors:

What does statute of limitations mean: it gives the Prosecution a maximum amount of time (usually years) to charge a person with an offense after it was allegedly committed.

Most felonies carry a 3 year statute of limitations.

Most misdemeanors carry a 1 year statute of limitations.

Most infractions or ordinance violations carry with them a 6 months statute of limitations.

Some charges carry with them a longer statute of limitations, such as felony arson in the 2nd degree, knowingly burning or exploding, fraud, breach of fiduciary duties, misconduct in office and sexually based offenses.

There are no statute of limitations for murder, forcible sodomy or rape, attempted forcible sodomy or rape, or any class A felony.

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