Class E - 1-5 years imprisonment These can all be included in someone’s felony records, whether they are being convicted of first-degree murder, rape, kidnapping, drug abuse violations, auto theft, larceny, DUI, assault, selling alcohol to minors, or robbery.
Fines for misdemeanors vary by state and by crime / class of crime. For example, in Alaska, a Class A misdemeanor (the most serious) can result in fines of up to $10,000. Meanwhile, in most other states, maximum misdemeanor fines tend to be no more than $1,000 to $5,000. Felony charges often result in fines as well, but they are much heftier.