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How much value of stolen property is considered a felony?

Bradenton, FL |
Filed under: Felony crime

dealing/possession of stolen property
false information pawn items

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300.00 is the threshold amount for a felony, but be aware that for certain other property ( firearms, autos, horses, etc) there is no requirement to prove value to establish grand theft.

Robert Heyman, Esq

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When it comes to dealing in stolen property, there is no value difference. In other words, if you stole a piece of penny candy and dealt it to somebody else you could be charged with a felony. If you have any questions, feel free to contact me. My website is listed below.

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