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  • What is a Felony in West Virginia?
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      Firm Name: The Giatras Law Firm, PLLC
      Duration: 01:23
      Date: 2021-01-29
      Felonies are typically more serious crimes under state and federal laws. As such, the punishment is more stringent. If you have been charged with a felony, it is a good idea to seek counsel from an experienced West Virginia criminal defense attorney. Examples of felonies include: State felonies typically include violent crimes such as murder, manslaughter, kidnapping, and sexual assault. But nonviolent crimes such as drug sales and fraud can also be felonies On a federal level, drug trafficking, bank robbery, mail fraud, human trafficking are all considered felonies.  
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