The differences between misdemeanor theft and felony theft.
There are other circumstances under which a theft can be considered a felony.
-Any kind of theft involving a breach of a fiduciary relationship.
-The theft of any government property or bank property by an employee.
-Theft of a motor vehicle or part of a motor vehicle that is valued over $100.
-Theft of a destructive device, explosive or a firearm.
-Any theft committed while telemarketing, utilizing a computer or engaging in home repair or improvement.
Whether you are charged with felony or misdemeanor theft, there is one thing that remains constant: You are in desperate need of an experienced criminal defense attorney to take on your case. Attempting to fight your charges on your own will only make matters worse.