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What would be the average prison sentence for aggravated grand theft auto?

What is the punishment for aggravated grand theft auto and what class felony is it?


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    David Harrison | Miller & Harrison, LLC
    2305 Broadway
    Boulder, CO 80304
    (303) 449-2830
    Aggravated Motor Vehicle Theft can be charged several different ways and depends on several factors such as the value of the car, the alleged thief's previous record, etc. It can be a class 4 or a class 3 felony. A class 4 felony carries a potential sentence (depending on the persons status at the time of the offense as well like if they were on probation, etc.) of 2 to 6 years in prison followed by 3 years of parole. A class three felony normally carries between 4 and 12 years in prison followed by 5 years of parole. These prison sentences can be affected by the persons status at the time of offense (on probation, parole, etc.) The actual sentence imposed can be probation in some settings, but is depended on too many factors to list here.
    Answer Applies to: Colorado - Replied: 6/10/2013
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