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Grand Theft vs. Petit Theft in Florida: Understanding the Difference
Grand Theft vs. Petit Theft in Florida: Understanding the Difference

Theft itself is defined in § 812.014 of the Florida Statutes as knowingly obtaining or using another’s property, with the intent of depriving the owner of its possession, use, or benefit. Even an attempt to obtain or use another’s property is considered the crime of theft. ...

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  • Grand Theft vs. Petit Theft in Florida: Understanding the Difference

    Theft itself is defined in § 812.014 of the Florida Statutes as knowingly obtaining or using another’s property, with the intent of depriving the ...

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  • What Is Felony Embezzlement in Florida?

    Embezzlement is a white collar crime and a form of theft where someone uses a position of trust or authority to steal property for which they’ve been ...

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