Grand Theft Lawyer in Miami, Florida

The charges for grand theft should be dealt with aggressively. You can face serious consequences, like prison time and unemployment, as many companies don’t want to hire employees who face a charge of grand theft. If you are being convicted of grand theft, contact Abogado Guerrero in Miami, Florida 786-626-9546.

Theft in Florida Law

In Florida law, a person commits theft if he/she takes the property of an individual or a company without permission and intending to steal it from the owner. The appropriation of property is against the law if:

  • The owner doesn’t approve of it or doesn’t know about it.
  • If the law officers show the property to the thief and the actor appropriates the property by believing it is stolen by someone else.

Categories of Grand Theft

Grand theft falls under various categories:

  • If the value of the stolen goods is more than $500 but $1500 or less, the individuals face a Class A misdemeanor.
  • For any sum more than $1,500, the theft turns into a criminal offense. There are three classifications of crime grand theft: first, second and third-degree. 
  • Starting with the least un-serious, a third-degree grand theft charge is applicable if the worth of the taken products is somewhere in the range of $1,500 and $100,000. A third-degree crime accompanies a potential sentence of as long as 10 years in jail and/or a fine of up to $10,000. 
  • A second-degree grand theft charge is applicable if the worth of the taken property is somewhere in the range of $100,000 and $200,000. A second-degree crime conviction considers the likelihood to be condemned to as long as 20 years in jail and/or fines of up to $10,000.
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