A petit larceny charge is applied to thefts of property with a value of under $650. Shoplifting is the most common petit larceny crime. In Nevada the legal definition of “shoplifting” is when someone “intentionally steals, takes or carries away” store property. The legal name for shoplifting is “larceny.” The seriousness of the charges depends on the value of the goods allegedly stolen. If the value […]
The intentional taking of another person’s property, without permission, can be called by many terms. For example, a charge of larceny may apply if a person actually steals or take away property. On the other hand, burglary would apply to entering a property with the intent to steal. It does not matter whether or not a theft actually occurred.
Nevada law uses the value of the items to define the severity […]
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With Uber rising to 8 million active customers, it’s not a leap to suggest DUI could be reduced. It’s almost common knowledge an average DUI can run around $10,000 for a first offense, which includes a victim impact panel, online DUI school, attorney & court fees as well as a suspended license. Compared to a $15 fare for a ride home it’s a no-brainer.