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Crimes Against Property

Street Law Chapter 10 Notes
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Dan DeVore

on 20 April 2010

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Transcript of Crimes Against Property

Crimes Against Property Arson Vandalism Larceny Concealment Embezzlement Robbery Extortion Burglary Forgery Receiving Stolen Property Unauthorized use of a vehicle Unauthorized entry into any structure with the intent to commit a crime Stiffer penalities for:
1) Night time
2) Inhabited dwellings
3) Weapons unlawful taking of property from a person's immediate possession by force or intimidation What's the difference between larceny and robbery? FORCE Willful and malicious burning of property Willfull destruction or damage done to another person's property Is graffitti always bad? taking or carrying away of the property of another with intent to steal Grand - over $100 (felony)
Petty - under $100 (misdemeanor) using threats to obtain property taking of property by someone to whom it was entrusted how is embezzlement different than larceny? TRUST falsely making or altering a writing or document with intent to defraud 1) signing a check
2) altering a signature receive or buy property that you know or have reason to believe to be stolen attempted shoplifting taking a vehicle temporarily without permission if taken permanently it's larceny Can include:
keeping property delivered to you on accident
keeping lost property when a reasonable method exists for finding the owner
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