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felony
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David Copperfield
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  • ’Do you know,’ said I, as we walked along the passage, ’what felony was Number Twenty Seven’s last "folly"?’
  • ’Yet, if you’ll read his letter, you’ll find he is the tenderest of men to prisoners convicted of the whole calendar of felonies,’ said I; ’though I can’t find that his tenderness extends to any other class of created beings.’

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  • He can plead guilty to a misdemeanor offense or be tried for a felony.
  • It’s much more difficult to find a job with a felony conviction.

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