In Va felonies are classified into six classes from 1 to 6 - there is no class O felony. See below
§ 18.2-9. Classification of criminal offenses.
(1) Felonies are classified, for the purposes of punishment and sentencing, into six classes:
(a) Class 1 felony
(b) Class 2 felony
(c) Class 3 felony
(d) Class 4 felony
(e) Class 5 felony
(f) Class 6 felony.
(2) Misdemeanors are classified, for the purposes of punishment and sentencing, into four classes:
(a) Class 1 misdemeanor
(b) Class 2 misdemeanor
(c) Class 3 misdemeanor
(d) Class 4 misdemeanor.
(1975, cc. 14, 15.)
If you want to be specific as to a charge perhaps I can give you more information
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It is going to depend whether this is a first offense and conviction - it could be a Class 5 or 6 - you should be able to link the code here and here to read how it works out and the sentence. if you have a problem linking in, let me know and I will cut and paste it for you here.
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