Q: What’s the least amount of time that you can get for felony theft By receiving
A: The answer depends on the details of your case. If the value of the property is greater than $500, you could face a prison sentence of up to 10 years or up to 20 years if the stolen property is an automobile. These charges have serious consequences, therefore it is in your best interest to contact an attorney as soon as possible.
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Sean McIlhinney agrees with this answer
A: This is a good question.
If the value of the property in a theft by receiving crime exceeds $500, the crime is considered a felony. A theft by receiving felony conviction carries a minimum sentence of one-year with a maximum sentence of 10 years.
However, the Judge has the discretion to allow a Defendant to serve his or her sentence on probation instead of jail.
There are also good defenses to this type of charge.
I always advise speaking to an experienced criminal defense attorney about the specific details about your case to truly understand all of your options.
I have been practicing criminal defense for over 20 years and can definitely help you with your defense if you like. My contact details are set out below.
Sean McIlhinney, Esq.
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