What Dollar Amount Constitutes a Felony Theft?

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Different states have different dollar amounts that change a theft charge from a misdemeanor to a felony. In Oregon, the amount is $1,000 or more in stolen or damaged property.
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The minimum amount for a felony theft charge is $500. A misdemeanor charge is anything lower than $500. Larger amounts could increase the amount of jail time.
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