Grand Theft in the First Degree
- Steals property valued at or above $100,000.
- Steals shipping cargo valued at or above $50,000.
- Damages the property of another valued at or above $1,000 while committing grand theft.
- Uses a motor vehicle as an aid - other than a means of escape - while committing grand theft, and thereby damaging the property of another.
Grand theft in the first degree is a first degree felony and can result in a minimum of 21 months and maximum of 30 years in jail, a fine of up to $10,000, or 30 years of probation.
Grand Theft in the Second Degree
- Steals property valued at or above $20,000 but less than $100,000.
- Steals shipping cargo valued at less than $50,000.
- Steals emergency medical equipment valued at or above $300 from licensed facilities or an aircraft.
- Steals law enforcement equipment valued at or above $300 from authorized emergency vehicles, fire patrols, police vehicles, and ambulances.
Grand theft in the second degree is a second degree felony and can result in up to 15 years in prison and a fine of up to $10,000.
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