Theft crimes are typically defined as an incident where an accused individual intentionally deprives another person of their property or services and without that property owner’s consent. Theft crimes can be charged as either a felony or misdemeanor. This classification is determined by the value of the property or services taken, whether a weapon was used, and whether the accused individual has a criminal record.
Examples of theft crimes can include the following:
Theft convictions often bring with them serious consequences to include collateral consequences because it is considered an act of deception. A person with a theft conviction can be barred from employment, loss of employment, jail or prison, hefty fines, and a ruined reputation.
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