I have one case that is for theft of $1500.00 to $20K and two active burglary of habitation case open they found probable cause
The theft case is a state jail felony punishable by 180 days to 2 years in state jail and that's day for day. This assumes the case is not enhanced with any priors, which could increase punishment to 2-10 years or 2-20 years, depending on the priors. The two Burg Habs are second degree felonies punishable by 2-20 years in prison. Again, this assumes no priors. If enhanced with priors, you could be looking at 5-99/life or 25-99/life, depending on the prices. I assume you have a lawyer so talk to him or her about what you are looking at. This answer addresses the question of punishment ranges only. It does not address the evidence or quality of it nor whether the State can prove its cases beyond a reasonable doubt. Again, talk to your lawyer. If you don't have one you need to hire one ASAP.
Are you asking max? Depends on your prior criminal history - whether you have convictions that could be used to raise your punishment level. Otherwise, you have a state jail felony and second degree felonies - the maximum (with no enhancements) is 20 year. But, there is a wide range within that so it depends.
Talk to your lawyer. Surely you have one. If not, get one ASAP.
2-20 yrs on the burglary of habitation cases (each). 6 mo to 2 yrs state jail on the theft. If you don't have an attorney already - you need one! Set up a few meetings, most of us offer free consults. Good luck.
6 months - 2 years on the theft with no enhancements. 2-20 on the burglaries with no enhancements. Time you're looking at here is really a matter of the facts of the case and your criminal history. You NEED an attorney.
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