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Is there a misdemeanor identity theft charge?

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2010-08-27 22:00:50
2010-08-27 22:00:50

Minor ID theft charges have, at times, been plead down to the misdemeanor level.

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I have a misdemeanor theft charge which I was convicted of do I lose my section 8 voucher someone please help me out with this


If you mean is there a law that forbids it the answer is no



A simple misdemeanor is a charge for a lesser crime. Some examples of misdemeanor include petty theft, prostitution, public intoxication, and reckless driving.


There is a 2 year statute of limitations on a misdemeanor theft by taking charge in George. It is a 4 year statute of limitation if it is a felony.


Felony. "Petit/Petty" theft is a misdemeanor.



In many states the difference between felony and misdemeanor theft is whether the theft was above or under $500.


Usually it is a misdemeanor, yes.


Commercial Burglary is worse - it is a felony charge. Petit Larceny is a misdemeanor.


yes they can i had one cus my friend did something and i knew about it and we got the same charge and we both go pleaded down to a misdemeanor yes they can i had one cus my friend did something and i knew about it and we got the same charge and we both go pleaded down to a misdemeanor


Identity theft is a major problem but there are much bigger problems in the world than identity theft.


ANY misdemeanor or felony theft charge that you were found guilty of as an adult will show up in a background check. Unless the charge was filed under an ordinance of some sort. But, inevitably if the charge was a state filled charge, it will be evident.



which state has the highest identity theft


Congress declared identity theft a federal crime in 1998 when it passed the Identity Theft and Assumption Deterrence Act


Identity theft is not a law. States have updated larceny laws over recent years to prevent identity theft.


In most US states, petty theft is considered to be a misdemeanor crime. Depending on the state, petty theft is the theft of anything valued under $400 or $500.


If you qualify - yes you can. See below link for further information.


It will depend on the specific classification of the crime in question. In California a misdemeanor is one year.


If it occurred after you turned adult, it will remain a permanent part of your criminal history record.


In the state of Missouri, the statute of limitation on theft will depend on if it is felony theft or a misdemeanor theft. A felony theft has a statute of limitation of three years while misdemeanor theft is one year.


No, it is 2 words: 1) identity; 2) theft.


How can you guard yourself against Identity theft


well identity theft involves an innocent person whose identity was stolen by an unknown person.



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