A second degree felony carries the potential penalty of 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, or 8 years in prison; up to a $15,000 fine; and mandatory post release control.
The range of penalties in the previous answer is correct. However, you may also want to consider that a judge who is sentencing someone convicted on a Second Degree felony must start with the presumption that the person convicted should go to prison. It would be rare to receive the maximum sentence, but a judge certainly has the ability to do so. Most judges will listen closely to the recommendation of a probation officer who completes a pre-sentence investigation report. Good luck.
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