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714.1 Theft defined. A person commits theft when the person does any of the following: 1. Takes possession or control of the property of another, or property in the possession of another, with the intent to deprive the other thereof.
Below we have laid out some of the most common types of theft and what the potential consequences may be. Shoplifting. Shoplifting is considered the theft of goods from an open retail establishment. Burglary. Identity theft. Grand Theft. What Do You Do If You Are Charged With Theft?
Theft of property valued up to $200 is a simple misdemeanor. From $200 to $500 is a serious misdemeanor. From $500 to $1,000 is an aggravated misdemeanor. From $1,000 to $10,000 is a Class D felony, as is the theft of an automobile or motorcycle.
Under these two main categories, there are many different types of theft, including embezzlement, shoplifting, fraud, and robbery.
A person can also be convicted of third-degree theft if they have previously been convicted at least two times, even if they did not steal property exceeding $500. This crime is an aggravated misdemeanor and punishable by up to two years in prison and a fine not to exceed $8,540.

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The higher the value of the stolen items, the harsher the penalties are. The potential penalties for shoplifting charges read as follows: Stolen property valued at up to $300 is considered a fifth-degree theft, otherwise known as a simple misdemeanor. Fines between $105 to $855.
Under these two main categories, there are many different types of theft, including embezzlement, shoplifting, fraud, and robbery.
Theft is defined by section 1 of the Theft Act 1968 as the dishonest appropriation of property belonging to another with the intention to permanently deprive the other of it. The principal aim of theft is to acquire property. Theft includes: stealing from a person such as pick pocketing.
Here are three types of thieves and the best ways to protect yourself against them. The Lazy Thief. The Greedy Thief. The Professional Thief.
The elements of theft consists of: 1) an act of appropriation; 2) a certain type of property; 3) unlawfulness; 4) intention, including an intention to appropriate.

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