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Property Crime

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FC: Jonathan & Jeremiah | Property Crimes

1: Important Definitions Before We Start | Habitation- Examples Are A house, apartment, or a Motel Room. | Building- Any structure intended for use of a habitation of some purpose or trade | Vehicle- any device in which a person can be move or use for transportation.

2: Different Types Of Punishments

3: Second Degree Felony Third Degree Felony Class A Misdemeanor Class B Misdemeanor | Class C Misdemeanor | Capital Felony State Jail Felony

4: Criminal Mischief | When someone damages a property without the consent of the owner | Example Theft and Graffiti

6: Reckless Damage | When a person recklessly damages or destroys property of the owner without consent | Reckless Damage is one of the four types of culpable mental states.

8: Graffiti | when a person intentionally makes markings,slogans,drawings, or painting on property without the consent of the owner. | Punishments can be of a fine under $500 if you are in Class B Misdemeanor. | If you are convicted to a State Jail Felony you can get a fine of less than $20,000

9: Graffiti is usually done in : | Schools Public Monuments Parks Street

10: Theft | When a person takes property with the intent to deprive the owner. | Theft occurs when something is stolen and the actor appropriates the property knowing it was stolen.

11: Theft Of Service | Same as theft but it is for a service such as in a restaurant

12: Credit or Debit Card Abuse | When a person uses someone else's card without their permission | Punishment | State Jail Felony Fine: Up up $10,000 180 days to 2 yrs in jail

13: Burglary | A person enters a habitation or building that bis not open to the public and that person is with the intent to commit a felony or commit robbery | Punishment State Jail Felony Or Second Degree Felony

14: Criminal Trespassing | When a person enters or remains on another property without consent of the owner | Punishment | Class B Misdemeanor Class C Misdemeanor

15: Robbery | When a person in the course of committing theft | Punishment | Second Degree Felony

16: Aggravated Felony | When a person commits robbery and causes serious injury to anther | This can mean the suspect uses a deadly weapon | Punishment | First Degree Felony

17: Quiz | 1)What is property Crime? 2)What is the difference between first and second degree felony? 3) What is Graffiti? 4) What is the fine for second degree felony? 5) Whats worst a first degree felony or second degree felony? 6) True Or False. Habitation and Building are the same thing? 7) Criminal Trespass is A)Knew that entry was forbidden B)Received notice to leave but did not C)Both A & C 8) Describe The difference between Robbery and Aggravated Robbery? 9) True Or False the fine for State Jail Felony Can Be up To $20,000 10) True Or False Mrs. Vinson Is the best teacher

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