A felony conviction can have many consequences, including the loss of civil liberties, fines, and imprisonment. A persistent felony offender with multiple felonies will be subject to enhanced penalties and increased mi.  KRS 532.060 mandates the following terms of imprisonment for felony convictions in Kentucky:


CLASS A FELONY:  20-50 YEARS or LIFE

Not less than twenty (20) years nor more than fifty (50) years, or life imprisonment;


CLASS B FELONY:  10-20 YEARS

Not less than ten (10) years nor more than twenty(20) years;


CLASS C FELONY:  5-10 YEARS

Not less than five (5) years nor more than ten

(10) years; and


CLASS D FELONY:  1-5 YEARS

Not less than one (1) year nor more than five (5) years.

“MINI” CLASS D FELONY:  1-3 YEARS

Not less than one (1) year and no more than three (3) years.


KY HB 463 Effective 6/8/11

Creates a new form of class D felonies for certain felony drug offenses

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