Q: I wanna kno if u have a no grade felony does it drop to a misdemeanor and if so how long does it take?
A: Presumably you are referring to an ungraded felony. If you have been convicted of an ungraded felony, it will never "drop to a misdemeanor." If, however, you are merely charged with an ungraded felony, there is always the chance that your attorney can negotiate a plea deal involving dropping the felony charge(s) and pleading guilty to misdemeanor charges.
If you have a pending case you should contact an experienced criminal defense attorney to assist you as soon as possible. I wish you success in dealing with your current issues.
A: Ungraded felonies (rare) would not be reduced to misdemeanors except in certain cases with very specific facts and the District Attorney's consent. Usually, a defendant if guilty would argue for a plea that is less than the felony charge. Otherwise, if innocent, take it to trial and get acquitted on the felonies. I really cannot answer further with the limited facts you supplied. Consult a local attorney.
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