Accused of Theft?
If you find yourself accused of anything from simple shoplifting to a white collar crimes ,Tim Note has the skills to defend you.
In criminal law, theft is the illegal taking of another person's property without that person's freely-given consent. The word is also used as an informal shorthand term for some crimes against property, such as burglary, embezzlement, larceny, looting, robbery, shoplifting, fraud and sometimes criminal conversion. In some jurisdictions, theft is considered to be synonymous with larceny; in others, theft has replaced larceny.
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9A.56.020Theft -- Definition, defense.
9A.56.030Theft in the first degree -- Other than firearm or motor vehicle.
9A.56.040Theft in the second degree -- Other than firearm or motor vehicle.
9A.56.050Theft in the third degree.
9A.56.060Unlawful issuance of checks or drafts.
9A.56.063Making or possessing motor vehicle theft tools.
9A.56.065Theft of motor vehicle.
9A.56.068Possession of stolen vehicle.
9A.56.070Taking motor vehicle without permission in the first degree.
9A.56.075Taking motor vehicle without permission in the second degree.
9A.56.078Motor vehicle crimes -- Civil action.
9A.56.080Theft of livestock in the first degree.
9A.56.083Theft of livestock in the second degree.
9A.56.085Minimum fine for theft of livestock.
9A.56.096Theft of rental, leased, lease-purchased, or loaned property.
9A.56.100Theft and larceny equated.
9A.56.110Extortion -- Definition.
9A.56.120Extortion in the first degree.
9A.56.130Extortion in the second degree.
9A.56.140Possessing stolen property -- Definition -- Presumption.
9A.56.150Possessing stolen property in the first degree -- Other than firearm or motor vehicle.
9A.56.160Possessing stolen property in the second degree -- Other than firearm or motor vehicle.
9A.56.170Possessing stolen property in the third degree.
9A.56.180Obscuring the identity of a machine.
9A.56.190Robbery -- Definition.
9A.56.200Robbery in the first degree.
9A.56.210Robbery in the second degree.