In Indiana, a Level 4 Felony, which is formerly a C Felony, under Indiana criminal law, has the potential sentence of between two (2) and twelve (12) years under the direct supervision of the Indiana Department of Corrections. Indiana Code 35-50-2-5.5 dictates the advisory sentence being six (6) years with a fine of not more than ten thousand dollars ($10,000). This time served under the supervision of the Indiana DOC for committing a Level 4 Felony, can be in the form of Community Corrections also called house arrest, prison time, probation, or parole. Depending if the offender is a habitual offender or not, all or a portion of the sentence for committing a Level 4 Felony can be suspendible or non-suspendible. If you are charged with committing a Level 4 Felony, it is important that you retain the services of an Indiana criminal defense attorney as soon as possible. Call one of our criminal attorneys at 317-689-7869 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
IC 35-50-2-5.5 Level 4 felony
Sec. 5.5. A person who commits a Level 4 felony shall be imprisoned for a fixed term of between two (2) and twelve (12) years, with the advisory sentence being six (6) years. In addition, the person may be fined not more than ten thousand dollars ($10,000).
As added by P.L.158-2013, SEC.658. Amended by P.L.168-2014, SEC.115.
Examples of Level 4 Felonies in Indiana
If you are charged with a Level 4 felony, you have been charged with a serious offense. An example of Level 4 Felonies in Indiana include the following crimes:
- Child solicitation
- Habitual offender
- Sexual assault
If You Have Been Charged with a Level 4 Felony
If you have been charged with a Level 4 Felony in Indiana, you need to contact an Indiana criminal defense law firm as soon as possible to discuss potential defenses or outcomes of a guilty sentence or plea with an attorney.