In Indiana, a level 3 felony is also considered as a Class C Felony? The criminal codes of every state and the federal criminal code separate felony crimes (serious offenses) from misdemeanors (less serious). In Indiana, a class C felony (or a level 3 felony) is the third most serious felony.
Are Level 3 or Class C Felonies Eligible for Probation
Probation is an option for people convicted of a third degree felony. However, in Indiana, Level 3 felonies are punishable by three to 16 years in prison and a fine of up to $10,000. You should be able to get a bail bond for an arrest.
What Crimes are Considered Level 3 Indiana Felonies
In Indiana the crimes that are considered as Class C or Level 3 Felonies are the following:
- Assault and battery
- Elder abuse
- Transmission of pornography
- Driving under the influence
If you are under arrest for a level 3 felony you are eligible for bond in Indianapolis under certain circumstances.