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A third-degree felony is a term used to refer to a type of crime that is not as serious as a first or second-degree felony, but more serious than a misdemeanor123. A third-degree felony may or may not involve physical contact3. The sentence for a third-degree felony can vary depending on the state, but it can range from 5 to 10 years in prison.
All educators face the possibility of a third-degree felony under Florida statute if they violate the law which says they can’t have, “Any book, pamphlet, magazine or printed matter that contains explicit and detailed descriptions or narrative accounts of sexual excitement, or sexual conduct that is harmful to minors.”

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