Depends on his age. If he is a minor living at home, then yes. And if such is the case, it was probably done for the better. ;)
*thinks absently about his mom selling his train set*
You report the theft to the police and press charges.You report the theft to the police and press charges.You report the theft to the police and press charges.You report the theft to the police and press charges.
If it is internal theft they are not required to do so. Sometimes they decline to prosecute in order to keep the internal theft quiet and out of the public news.
In the case of a criminal theft - if you reported the theft to law enforcement - even though the property was later returned, it is not, strictly speaking, up to YOU, as to whether to press charges or not. It is law enforcement and the prosecutors office that makes that determination.
First you should file a report with your local police department. Theft falls under criminal law, not civil law, so to press charges you would need to go through law enforcement channels, not civil court.
The parents (or whomever) can press charges just like a normal theft.
Civilians cannot "press charges." Only law enforcement and prosecutors can "press charges." However, you can REPORT the offense (and whom you suspect) to law enforcement and they will investigate and take action if they find enough probable cause that the offense occurred, regardless of the age of the perpetrator.
Private individuals cannot file or "press" criminal charges.You can report the theft to the police. The police and the prosecuting attorney will then determine whether or not to file criminal charges, depending on the circumstances of the theft.Added: Realistic answer - Law enforcement will consider this a civil case (i.e.: an inter-family situation) and will not, and cannot, take action.
You would have to report it to your local law enforcement. They would then investigate your allegations, in the UK they would have to prove that the theft took place i.e. that your property existed, that someone took your property and that they intended to 'permanantly deprive' you of that property, if that can be proved they would pass the case to the procecution authorities, who would press the charges.
Don't understand what it is that is being asked. What is meant by, "the statute of limitation after the charges?"
If they found out and decide to press charges? Its fraud and theft you go to jail
NO because you can put in a cheat code with no wanted level and get away with it
I would go to the police. Sounds like theft.
The charges for theft vary greatly depending on the monetary amount of the theft as well as the way the theft was taken out. Typically, punishment for theft can be anywhere from a $500 fine to life in prison-such as with aggravated grand theft.
In the US, private individuals do not make or "press" criminal charges. Only the state, through the prosecuting attorney and the police do this. If you suspect a crime has taken place, contact the police. They will take necessary future steps.
Well if your under age (13- 18) and the dont press charges he or she will go to a program to get discharged when the program is over. Well if your under age (13- 18) and the dont press charges he or she will go to a program to get discharged when the program is over.
To report theft of electicity at a residence, the first people a person should call is the utility company. They will send someone out immediately to cut the illegal connection. The next step is to inform the police of the theft and press charges if possible.
only if you have full covrage.if you only have liabilty your screwed unless they had your permisson.it's called auto theft to the insurance co.if you don't press charges,then you get to pay for everything.
The statute of limitations is the set amount of time an individual or state can press charges. In a civil case the statute of limitations for theft varies from 2-3 years depending on the circumstances.
In grand theft auto san andreas, you have at to acquire the c4 charges with the detonator. You can then stick them to just about anything including people, and just press the detonator to blow em to hell.
A 'victim' does NOT "press charges." The victim can only make a report of the illegal act to law enforcement. If investigation reveals a suspect, the suspect can be arrested and taken to court where law enforcement will present the case to the prosecutor. The prosecutor is the only one who can 'press charges' and he does so on behalf of the state, NOT on behalf of the individual victim.
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first mom has to press charges for theft.. the most likely punishment is mom making you pay her back and her taking the card away...
if your parents press charges You better believe it! If you do not have permission to take the car, you can be charged with theft.
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No, that person does and you can have them charged with Grand Theft Auto