Easy way to get rich – easy way to jail. Larceny Or Theft Is Not A Solution!

rrrrrrrrrrrrThe modern media popularizes the life of reach and beautiful. Everyone would like to have a better live and sometimes the desire of having more money or goods may lead to unlawful criminal actions. Some people think that stealing is the easiest way to get richer and that is the reason why larceny or theft are committed so often.

Criminal law basically categorizes larceny as a form of theft that means taking of someone else’s property without using force from the location different from their home.

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Larceny consists of unlawful taking of person’s property and carrying it away. In this case someone else’s property means that the larceny occurs when the property belongs to someone else. If the property is co-owned and it was stolen from the co-owners by another one, it is also larceny. Larceny occurs without the owner’s consent, what means that the owner didn’t give his approval to remove the property, and the taker’s intent is to permanently deprive the owner of use of his or her property.

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Property Crimes – Non-Violent Intent to Deprive the Owner of Their Property

Property crimes have been always a central problem in every society and culture throughout the history. Property crimes consist of taking someone else’s money or property without using force.

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Property crimes include:

  • Burglary
  • Theft
  • Arson
  • Larceny
  • Shoplifting
  • Vandalism

violence

Robbery is not regarded as a property crime, because it involves the use of force or threat of force, that’s why it is categorized as violent crime.

According to the FBI Crime Statistics there were in 2012,  8,975,438 property crimes with $15,5 billion calculated damages.

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