The State of Pennsylvania defines theft as the unlawful seizure or depravation of moveable property; or transfer or exercise of control of immoveable property with intent to benefit one’s self. The method of theft can fall under a number of categories:
The punishments for theft in PA vary depending on the method and value of the property taken.
|Items Value||Charge||Maximum Penalty|
|Under $50||Misdemeanor 3||1 Year in Prison|
|Over $50||Misdemeanor 2||3 Years in Prison|
|Over $200||Misdemeanor 1||5 Years in Prison|
|Over $2,000||Felony 3||7 Years in Prison|
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