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When Does a Theft Charge Become a Felony?
When Does a Theft Charge Become a Felony?

Many criminal offenses are misdemeanors (convictions that may result in less than a year of jail time), and some are strictly felonies (charges that may result in more than a year of jail time). However, some criminal offenses can be charged as either one depending on the ...

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  • When Does a Theft Charge Become a Felony?

    Many criminal offenses are misdemeanors (convictions that may result in less than a year of jail time), and some are strictly felonies (charges that may result in more than a year of jail time). ...

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  • Can I Get in Trouble if I’m Caught with a Thief?

    Many people shop with friends to get feedback on their styles. Unfortunately, some friends see these gatherings as ways to “hide in plain sight” when stealing from stores. Therefore, what happens if ...

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  • How Are Overdoses Impacting Criminal Penalties?

    “The War on Drugs” is in an interesting spot: recreational marijuana’s been legalized in many states, some countries are thinking about legalizing small amounts of cocaine, and synthetic drugs are ...

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  • Drug Distribution vs. Trafficking Charges

    Receiving a criminal drug charge is a serious situation that can result in severe penalties for the accused. However, some drug charges are worse than others. That’s why you should know the ...

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  • Penalties for Selling Tainted Drugs

    There is a reason so many people get caught up in drug game, and that’s because it’s lucrative. Unfortunately, many sellers are unaware of where their supply is coming from, which means they could ...

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  • Drug Penalties: Do Amounts Really Matter?

    Drug offenses are impacted by several factors including the type of drug involved in the crime, the accused’s intent with the drugs (selling vs. using), where the drugs are found, and so on. However, ...

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