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New Mexico Statutes Chapter 30. Criminal Offenses § 30-1-7. Degrees of felonies

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Felonies under the Criminal Code are classified as follows:

A.?capital felonies;

B.?first degree felonies;

C.?second degree felonies;

D.?third degree felonies; ?and

E.?fourth degree felonies.

A felony is a capital, first, second, third or fourth degree felony when it is so designated under the Criminal Code. ?A crime declared to be a felony, without specification of degree, is a felony of the fourth degree.

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