Classes of Offenses Under United States Federal Law

TYPECLASSMAX PRISON TERM (1)MAX FINE (2)PROBATION TERM (3)MAX SUPERVISED RELEASE TERM (4)MAX PRISON TERM UPON SUPERVISED RELEASE (5)SPECIAL ASSESSMENT (6)
FELONYALife Imprisonment (or Death)$250,0001 - 5 yrs5 yrs5 yrs$100
B25 yrs or more$250,0001 - 5 yrs5 yrs3 yrs$100
C10 - 25 yrs$250,0001 - 5 yrs3 yrs2 yrs$100
D5 - 10 yrs$250,0001 - 5 yrs3 yrs2 yrs$100
E1 - 5 yrs$250,0001 - 5 yrs1 yr1 yr$100
MISDEMEANORA6mos - 1yr$100,0000 - 5 yrs1 yr1 yr$25
B30 days - 6 mos$5,0000 - 5 yrs1 yr1 yr$10
C5 - 30 days$5,0000 - 5 yrs1 yr1 yr$5
INFRACTIONN/A0 - 5 days$5,0000 - 1 yrN/AN/AN/A

REFERENCES:
Taken from Cornell University Law School

  1. 18 U.S.C. § 3559
  2. 18 U.S.C. § 3571
  3. 18 U.S.C. § 3561(c)
  4. 18 U.S.C. §§ 3583–b
  5. 18 U.S.C. § 3583(e)(3)
  6. 18 U.S.C. § 3013

NOTES:

  1. Maximum fine: The maximum fine for misdemeanors is increased to $250,000 if the offense resulted in death.
  2. Probation term: Probation is imposed as a substitute for imprisonment.
  3. Maximum supervised release term: Supervised release is imposed in addition to imprisonment.
  4. Special assessment: The special assessment is increased if the offender is a person other than an individual.

 
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