What Is 3rd Degree Theft?


In the US, a third theft degree is whereby theft is committed on property not exceeding seven hundred and fifty dollars. This kind of crime is considered by most states a misdemeanor hence once convicted, you cannot be accused. Its punishment varies depending on different states with some fining as high as 6,000 dollars and others as low as 1,250 dollars.
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Third degree theft is classified as a misdemeanor, meaning someone convicted of the crime cannot be indicted. The type of misdemeanor, however, varies by state. In Alaska and Alabama
if you have a clean record the judge normally sentences you to probation. if you have previous criminal offenses, you are looking at approximately 5 years in prison.
If you are charged under RCW 9A.56.050 (Theft in the third degree) theft in the third degree is a gross misdemeanor. This means that if convicted or plead guilty to the charge, you
Aggravated Misdemeanor.
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