Wisconsin Statutes Crimes (Ch. 938 to 951) § 939.50. Classification of felonies

(1) Felonies in the statutes are classified as follows:

(a) Class A felony.

(b) Class B felony.

(c) Class C felony.

(d) Class D felony.

(e) Class E felony.

(f) Class F felony.

(g) Class G felony.

(h) Class H felony.

(i) Class I felony.

(2) A felony is a Class A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, or I felony when it is so specified in the statutes.

(3) Penalties for felonies are as follows:

(a) For a Class A felony, life imprisonment.

(b) For a Class B felony, imprisonment not to exceed 60 years.

(c) For a Class C felony, a fine not to exceed $ 100,000 or imprisonment not to exceed 40 years, or both.

(d) For a Class D felony, a fine not to exceed $ 100,000 or imprisonment not to exceed 25 years, or both.

(e) For a Class E felony, a fine not to exceed $ 50,000 or imprisonment not to exceed 15 years, or both.

(f) For a Class F felony, a fine not to exceed $25,000 or imprisonment not to exceed 12 years and 6 months, or both.

(g) For a Class G felony, a fine not to exceed $25,000 or imprisonment not to exceed 10 years, or both.

(h) For a Class H felony, a fine not to exceed $10,000 or imprisonment not to exceed 6 years, or both.

(i) For a Class I felony, a fine not to exceed $10,000 or imprisonment not to exceed 3 years and 6 months, or both.


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