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Texas Felony Criminal Defense Attorney

Texas Capital Felonies
Texas First Degree Felonies
Texas Second Degree Felonies
Texas Third Degree Felonies
Texas State Jail Felonies
Texas Felony Punishment Ranges

Texas Capital Felonies:
Capital Murder
Aggravated Sexual Assault (with enhancing facts - 2nd offender)
 
Texas First Degree Felonies:
Aggravated Assault (of public servant)
Aggravated Assault (deadly weapon and serious bodily injury)
Aggravated Kidnapping (no voluntary safe release)
Aggravated Robbery
Aggravated Sexual Assault (adult or child - minimum 25 years w/ enhancing facts)
Attempted Capital Murder
Arson (of habitation or place of assembly or worship)
Bigamy (if victim is under 16 years of age)
Burglary of Habitation (with the intent to commit a felony other than theft)
Continuous Sexual Abuse of Child (minimum of 25 years)
Engaging in Organized Crime Act (if listed 1st or 2nd degree felony committed or conspiracy for 1st degree felony)
Escape (deadly weapon or serious bodily injury)
Fraudulent Use or Possession of Identifying Information (more than 50 items)
Injury to Child, Elderly, or Disabled (intentional or knowing serious bodily injury)
Murder (no sudden passion)
Sexual Assault (if marriage to victim would be bigamy)
Sexual Performance by Child (by inducing a child under 14 years of age)
Solicitation of Capital Murder
Tampering with Electronic Voting Machine
Trafficking of Persons (if under 14 years of age or it results in death)
 
Texas Second Degree Felonies:
Aggravated Assault (not a public servant)
Aggravated Kidnapping (safe release)
Arson (not place or worship or home)
Bigamy (if victim is 16 years of age or older)
Burglary of Habitation (intent to commit, commit, or attempt theft or assault)
Engaging in Organized Crime Act (if listed 3rd degree felony committed or conspiracy for 2nd degree felony)
Escape (by causing bodily injury)
Evading (death of another)
Fraudulent Use or Possession of Identifying Information (10-49 items)
Improper Relationship (teacher/student)
Improper Sexual Activity (in custody with a juvenile)
Indecency with Child (contact)
Injury to a Child, Elderly or Disabled (reckless causing serious bodily injury)
Intoxication Manslaughter
Kidnapping (risk of serious bodily injury)
Manslaughter (recklessly)
Murder (with sudden passion)
Online Solicitation (if victim is 14 years of age or younger or with intent to engage in sex)
Prohibited Sexual Conduct (if victim is first cousin)
Robbery
Sexual Assault
Sexual Performance (by inducing child 14 years of age or younger or by directing child)
Stalking (2nd offense)
Tampering with Evidence (human corpse)
Trafficking of Persons
 
Texas Third Degree Felonies:
Assault (of 2nd dating/ family relationship)
Aggravated Perjury
Arson (reckless and bodily injury or death)
Bail Jumping (felony arrest)
Deadly Conduct (with firearm)
Driving While Intoxicated - DWI (3rd offense)
Engaging in Organized Crime Act (if listed committed or conspiracy for 3rd degree felony)
Enticing Child
Escape (from felony offense)
Evading (2nd with vehicle or causing serious bodily injury)
Fraudulent Possession or Identifying Information (5 to 9 items)
Harassment (by prisoner)
Improper Contact with Victim (while confined)
Indecency with Child (exposure)
Injury to Child, Elderly, or Disabled (intentional or knowingly causing bodily injury or criminal negligence omission or exploitation)
Intoxication Assault
Kidnapping
Obstruction/Retaliation
Online Solicit of Minor
Possession of Firearm (by convicted felon)
Possession of Prohibited Weapon (not switchblade or knuckles)
Possession of Weapon (prohibited place)
Prohibited Sexual Conduct
Sexual Performance by Child (by directing child 14 years of age or older)
Stalking (1st offense)
Tampering with Evidence (other than corpse)
Terroristic Threat
Unlicensed Carrying of Weapon (on licensed premise)
Unlawful Restraint
Violation of Court Order/Bond in FV Case - 3rd
 
Texas State Jail Felonies:
Arson (reckless with no bodily injury)
Burglary of a Building
Burglary of a Vehicle (3rd)
Credit/Debit Card Abuse
Criminal Nonsupport
Criminally Negligence Homicide
DWI (with child passenger)
Engaging in Organized Crime Act (if listed Class A Misdemeanor committed or conspiracy with State Jail Felony)
Evading (with vehicle)
False Alarm or Report
Forgery (commercial instrument)
Fraudulent Use or Possession of Identifying Information (less than 5 items)
Improper Photography or Visual Recording
Improper Sexual Activity (in custody with adult)
Injury to a Child, Elderly or Disabled (reckless bodily injury or criminal negligence serious bodily injury)
Interference with Child Custody
Interference with Rights of Guardians
Prostitution (4th offense)
Tampering with Witness
Terroristic Threat (if under a $1,500 loss)
Theft (3rd of firearm from person)
Unauthorized Use of a Vehicle
Unlawful Restraint (of child)
 
Texas Felony Punishment Ranges
 
Texas Capital Felony:
Death or Life Imprisonment
 
Texas First Degree Felony:
Confinement for Life or a term from 5 to 99 years in prison; and
an optional fine not to exceed $10,000.00
 
Texas Second Degree Felony:
Confinement for Life or a term from 2 to 20 years in prison; and
an optional fine not to exceed $10,000.00
 
Texas Third Degree Felony:
Confinement for Life or a term from 2 to 10 years in prison; and
an optional fine not to exceed $10,000.00
 
Texas State Jail Felony:
Confinement for a term from 180 days to 2 years in a state jail; and
an optional fine not to exceed $10,000.00
 

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