THE ALABAMA REDEEMER ACT

New Alabama Expungement Law Passes

Allows Expungement of Felony and Misdemeanor Convictions

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ALABAMA PROPERTY CRIMES

alabama property crimesAlabama Property Crimes Include Such Cases as Theft, Shoplifting, And Receiving Stolen Property

THEFT OF PROPERTY

Theft is an Alabama property crime in which a person knowingly obtains or exerts unauthorized control over the property of another, with intent to deprive the owner of his or her property, or if they knowingly obtain control over another’s property by deception and with the intent to deprive the owner of his or her property.

SHOPLIFTING

Shoplifting is an Alabama property crime under theft of property third degree, and involves theft of property which does not exceed five hundred dollars ($500) in value and which is not taken from the person of another.

THEFT OF SERVICES

Theft of services is another Alabama property crime.  A person commits the crime of theft of services if they intentionally obtain services which they know they have to pay for by   deception, threat,  or other means to avoid payment for the services; or if they divert services to themselves or others when they are not entitled to the services.

EXTORTION

Extortion is obtaining control over another’s property unlawfully by the use of a threat.

RECEIVING STOLEN PROPERTY

A person commits the crime of receiving stolen property if he intentionally receives, retains or disposes of stolen property knowing that it has been stolen or having reasonable grounds to believe it has been stolen, unless the property is received, retained or disposed of with intent to restore it to the owner.

ROBBERY

The Alabama property crime of robbery involves the use of a deadly weapon, or force of some kind, or both, during the commission of a theft of property.  There are three degrees of robbery.  The degrees are controlled based upon such things as the amount of force used, whether a weapon is used, whether there is an accomplice, and whether there is or is likely to be physical injury.

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