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Grand Theft: F.S. 812.014
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Grand Theft - Theft can be either a misdemeanor or a felony. It all depends on what you are accused of stealing, what it is worth, who you took it from, and your prior record. For example, the following are often seen theft related felonies here in Florida:
- First Degree Grand Theft (stealing over $100,000.00 worth of value) — up to 30 years prison
- Second Degree Grand Theft (stealing between $20,000 and $99,999) — up to 15 years prison
- Third Degree Felony (up to 5 years state prison)
- More than $300, less than $20,000
- Commercially Farmed Animals
- Fire Extinguishers
- Wills and Trusts
- Stop Signs, construction signs, etc.
- White Collar Crimes
- Grand Theft Auto
There are many defenses to these charges: the state cannot properly establish value, you honestly thought the property was yours, it was a mistake or accident, etc. Whether you are charged with one of these felonies or a Petit Theft, criminal defense attorney Jason Cromey has seen and dealt with them all. Don't wait until it's too late — contact us now.