Any theft offense of any kind is a criminal offense and is sufficient to cause the court holding supervision over you to order revocation of probation. The value of the property taken is of no consequence. It is the act of wrongfully taking property that is the criminal offense. It is possible the trial court may order your incarceration as a consequence for the second theft offense. Your best course of action is to retain the services of a qualified criminal defense lawyer. Check the listings under Avvo 'Criminal Defense' or check the listings with the Alabama Criminal Defense Lawyers Association at: www.acdla.org.
You could be revoked. I would hire an attorney before you do anything. If you need help in Decatur, feel free to call me at any time. 256-350-7200
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