Consequences of Second Offense Shoplifting?

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The consequences of second offense shoplifting can vary by state and by the value of the item or items being shoplifted. In general, a second offence will be charged with a misdemeanor and may have to serve jail time, community service or pay a fine. Second offense shoplifters may also be sentenced to counseling to help with their need to steal items. After the third offense of shoplifting, a judge may decide to enforce the maximum sentence they see fit.
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Shoplifting can be Petit Theft or Grand Larceny and penalties
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The consequence is license restriction for life and a 12 to 15 thousand dollar fine.
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It all depends on what the article was worth. Sometimes you can get off with a warning which nowadays is enough for most people if they put the fear of god in you to wind up in jail
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Because Law Enforcement was not involved in the incident, you will not be going to juvenile detention. However even though no criminal charges were brought against you, the store
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The penalty for second offense shoplifting varies depending on where in the world that you are. Some states in the US recommend jail time for a second offense ...
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