Sentencing Whiteboard: How Class B1-E Felonies Are Served

I recorded another whiteboard-style presentation on sentencing law. Today, the focus is on how active sentences for Class B1–E felonies play out in practice.

I envision creating a small collection of these things covering various sentencing topics. Jeff cleverly suggested calling it Mar-KHAM Academy, but I’ve settled on the more vanilla—and much less likely to elicit a cease and desist letter from Sal Khan—Sentencing Whiteboard. I’ll post the videos here. I have a list of proposed topics in mind (up next: the single-sentence rule for consecutive felonies), but I’m open to suggestions.

3 thoughts on “Sentencing Whiteboard: How Class B1-E Felonies Are Served”

  1. These videos are very helpful. I would be interested in watching a presentation that discusses the factors and the sentencing range in DWI cases.

  2. How can someone receive a Class E charge and only receive a 180 day split sentence? (real situation) Does this means the DA can offer pleas with sentencing different from the guideline minimums?


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