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    Laws - View Law: SHOPLIFTING


    Shoplifting is more than just leaving a store with something you did not pay for. Shoplifting is also obtaining goods by charging the purchase price of an item to a fictitious person; paying less than the purchase price of the item by changing the labels in some way; moving the item to a different container; and hiding the item in some way from view. (A.R.S. § 13-1805).

    If you are a minor, your parents or legal guardian can be held responsible for any damages that you caused. (A.R.S. § 12-661). Shoplifting property with a value of more than $2,000 is a class 5 felony. Shoplifting with a value of less than $250.00 is a class 1 misdemeanor.

    If you are found guilty of shoplifting, you could be fined, have to perform community service, or be placed on probation with up to one year in detention. (A.R.S. § 13-1805) If found guilty of shoplifting you might also be required to pay a penalty of $100.00 in addition to the actual damages to the owner (the price of what you took). (A.R.S. § 12-692)


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    On 06/21/08
    A from MA said:
    Will I get into trouble if I am with a friend who steals something?
    On 06/19/08
    jenn from AZ said:
    i got caught shoplifting and i have to pay 432 dollars it sucks but i got arrested and i haven't gotten a court date yet but i had scissors in my bag so they might use that as a weapon and ive never gotten in trouble before does any 1 have any advice?
    On 04/04/08
    laceyl from OK said:
    it is not worth it becuse in the begining of the year i was caught and the lady did not charg me but i had to work off the damage done im so happy cuz i dont want a record at this age
    On 03/13/08
    Pixel from AZ said:
    I find it odd how if you hide an item from view(inside the store, not stealing), it counts as shoplifting. I know people do this to make sure people won't find it, so they can buy it later. Why is it counted as shoplifting?
    On 03/11/08
    sean from OR said:
    is there asuch thing as conspiracy to burgulary \
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