Retail Theft Conspiring with Intent to Sell
Florida’s statute for the separate crime of “conspiring to commit retail theft with the intent to sell the stolen property for monetary gain” became effective on October 1, 2019, after the passage of 2019 CS/HB 7125.
The new crime of conspiring to commit retail theft to subsequently place the stolen property in the control of another person also qualifies as a second-degree felony if the value of the property taken, aggregated over 30 days, exceeds $3,000.
Under Section 812.015(9)(c), any person who conspires with another person to commit retail theft with the intent to sell the stolen property for monetary or other gain, and subsequently takes or causes such property to be placed in control of another person in exchange for consideration, in which the stolen property taken or placed within a 30-day period is aggregated to have a value in excess of $3,000.
Attorney for Conspiring to Commit Retail Theft with INtent to Sell in Florida
If you were charged with conspiring to commit retail theft with the intent to sell the stolen property for monetary gain in Florida, then contact an experienced criminal defense attorney at Sammis Law Firm.
Our attorneys fight theft charges in Tampa, Hillsborough County, and the greater Tampa Bay area. With offices in downtown Tampa, FL, we fight these cases throughout Hillsborough County, Hernando County, Pasco County, Manatee County, and Polk County, FL.
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