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An A felony is the most severe and an E felony is the least severe therefore felonies range from A, B, C, D and E Not every felony charge requires a state prison sentence, some allow for probation or local jail.
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You must first contact the office of the Public Defender and fill out a financial affidavit. Sometimes you will be given them in court. They will determine if you qualify. If they find that you qualify but they have a conflict of interest, your case will be transferred to the Conflict Defender's Office for representation.
You should talk to your attorney about the circumstances, however the failure to read rights does not make your arrest illegal.
It is always best if you refuse (politely) to make any statement and ask for an attorney immediately. Do not talk to the Police.