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REPEAT OFFENDERS in ga


Prior Felony
If you have a felony conviction anywhere in the United States and if you are then convicted of  a felony in Georgia, you must receive the maximum sentence provided by law. For example, if your new offense is felony theft, the bad news is that the judge must sentence you to the maximum of 10 years in prison. The good news is that all or a portion of the sentence can be probated.

Three Prior Felonies -- Three Strikes Law
If you have three felony convictions anywhere in the United States and if you are then convicted of another felony in Georgia that does not require the death penalty, you must do the maximum sentence the judge gives you without the possibility of parole (early release).

Serious Violent Felony
If you have a serious violent felony conviction anywhere in the United States and are then convicted of another serious violent felony in Georgia that does not require the death penalty, you must be sentenced to life in prison without parole (early release). Yes, without parole means without parole.

OCGA 17-10-7

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