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What sort of consequences am I looking at if I am convicted of a crime in Oregon?

The typical sanctions for the varying levels of Oregon criminal convictions vary widely enough that it is irresponsible to speculate without specific information.  However, the following are the maximum penalties available to a court upon conviction:

  • C Misdemeanor: 30 days jail, and $1,250 fine
  • B Misdemeanor: 6 months jail, and $2,500 fine
  • A Misdemeanor: 364 days jail, and $6,250 fine
  • C Felony: 5 years, and $125,000 fine
  • B Felony: 10 years, and $250,000 fine
  • A Felony: 20 years, and $375,000 fine
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