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Alabama

Alabama Code Title 34. Professions and Businesses Section 34-13-7:

  • Value up to $250. Third degree theft of property. Up to one year in jail and fine up to $2,000.
  • Value higher than $250 up to $2,500. Second degree theft of property. Between one and 10 years imprisonment and/or fine up to $15,000.
  • Value higher $2,500. First degree theft of property. Between two and 20 years imprisonment and/or fine up to $30,000.

Alaska

Alaska Statutes: AS 45.05.109. Fraud and Forgery.:

  • Value below $50. 4th degree theft. Class B misdemeanor. Up to 90 days in jail and fine of up to $2,000.
  • Value is $50 up to less than $25,000. 2nd degree theft. Class C felony. Up to five years imprisonment.
  • Value is $25,000 and higher. Class B felony.  Up to 10 years imprisonment.

Arizona

Arizona Revised Statutes Section 13-1802:

  • Value below $1,000. Class 1 misdemeanor. Fine of up to $2,500 plus surcharges and three years probation
  • Value is $1,000 up to less than $2,000, theft of animal for animal fighting, or theft of firearm. Class 6 felony. Up to one year in prison and fine of at least $1,000 plus surcharges
  • Value is $2,000 up to less than $3,000. Class 5 felony. Nine months up to 1.5 years in prison and fine of at least $1,000 plus surcharges
  • Value is $3,000 up to less than $4,000. Class 4 felony. 18 months to 3.75 years in prison and a minimum fine of $1,000 plus surcharges
  • Value is $4,000 up to less than $25,000. Class 3 felony. 2.5 years to 8.75 years in prison and a minimum fine of $1,000 plus surcharges
  • Value is$25,000 and higher. Class 2 felony. 4 years to 12.5 years in prison and a minimum fine of $1,000 plus surcharges

Arkansas

2010 Arkansas Code, Title 23 – Public Utilities and Regulated Industries, Subtitle 2 – Financial Institutions And Securities, Chapter 50 – Miscellaneous Violations of Banking Laws, Section 23-50-105 – Embezzlement, misuse of funds, etc., by officer, director, etc.

  • Value below $1,000. Class A misdemeanor. Up to one year in jail and fine of $1,000
  • Value between $1,000 and $5,000. Class D felony. Up to six years in prison and fine of $10,000
  • Value between $5,000 and $25,000. Class C felony. Up to 10 years in prison and fine of $10,000.
  • Value above $25,000. Class B felony. Up to 20 years in prison and/or fine of $15,000.
  • Enhanced penalties for objects that have an inherent, subjective, or idiosyncratic value to its owner even if the property has no market value or replacement cost; and for utility company property.

California

  • Penal Code Section 514
  • Penal Code Sections 484 to 502.9
  • Cal Pen. Code Section 186.11
  • Cal Pen. Code Section 515

Penalties are:

  • Value is less than $950. Petty theft. Up to six months in jail and/or up to $1,000 fine
  • Value is more than $950. Grand theft, which is a felony. Six months to three years in state prison

Colorado

Colorado Revised Statutes Section 18-4-401, Section 18-8-407

  • Value below $50. Class 1 petty offense. Up to six months in jail and fine of up to $500
  • Value is $50 up to less than $300. Class 3 misdemeanor. Up to six months in jail and fine of up to $750
  • Value is $300 up to less than $750. Class 2 misdemeanor. Up to one year in prison and fine of up to $1000
  • Value is $750 up to less than $2,000. Class 1 misdemeanor. Up to 1.5 years in prison and fine of up to $5000
  • Values is $2000 up to less than $5,000. Class 6 felony. Up to 1.5 years in prison and fine of up to $100,000
  • Value is $5,000 up to $20,000. Class 5 felony. Up to 3 years in prison and fine of up to $100,000

Connecticut

Larceny by Embezzlement — Section 53a-119 (1) and Sections 53a-122 through 53a-125b

  • Value below $500. Class C misdemeanor. Fine of up to $500 and/or up to three months in jail.
  • Value between $500 and $1,000. Class B misdemeanor. Fine of up to $1,000 and/or up to six months in jail.
  • Value between $1,000 and $2,000. Class A misdemeanor. Fine up to $2,000 and/or up to one year in jail.
  • Value between $2,000 and $10,000, vehicle worth below $10,000, public records, biological samples, microorganisms, cultures, records of scientific secrets, inventions, or technical processes. Class D felony. Fine up to $5,000 and/or between one and five years in prison.
  • Value between $10,000 and $20,000, vehicle worth above $10,000, public property worth less than $2,000, victim older than 60 or physically disabled or blind, property belonging to telecommunications services that were interrupted. Class C felony. Fine up to $10,000 and/or between one and 10 years in prison.
  • Value above $20,000, vehicle worth above $20,000, public property worth above $2,000. Class B felony. Fine up to $15,000 and/or between one and 20 years in prison.

Delaware

Tit. 11 Section205(a), (b), (h), (c), (e), (i)

  • Value below $1,500. Class A misdemeanor. Up to one year in jail and/or fine up to $2,300.
  • Value between $1,500 and $50,000. Class G felony. Up to two years in prison.
  • Value between $50,000 and $100,000. Class E felony. Up to five years in prison.
  • Value above $100,000. Class C felony. Up to 15 years in prison.

Florida

Fl. Stat. Ann. Section 812.014

  • 1st, 2nd, or 3rd degree felony. Up to five years in prison.
  • 1st or 2nd degree embezzlement. Up to $1,000 in fines and up to one year in jail.
  • Enhanced sentences for embezzlement of a fire extinguisher, more than 2,000 citrus fruits, and stop signs.

Georgia

Georgia Code, Title 16, Crimes and Offenses, Chapter 8, Section 4

  • Value is $500 or lower. Up to one year in jail and/or fine of up to $1,000
  • Value above $500. One to 10 years in prison and/or fine of up to $1,000
  • Enhanced sentences for embezzlement valued over $500 that includes a ferrous metal.

Hawaii

  • 708-831 Theft in the second degree. 2013 Hawaii Revised Statutes
  • 708-833 Theft in the fourth degree. 2013 Hawaii Revised Statutes
  • 708-830.5 Theft in the first degree. 2012 Hawaii Revised Statutes

Penalties:

  • Value above $20,000. Theft in the 1st up to 10 years in prison and/or fine of up to $25,000
  • Value between $300 and $20,000. Theft in the 2nd Up to five years in prison and fine of up to $10,000
  • Value between $100 and $300. Theft in the 3rd Up to one year in jail and/or fine of up to $2,000
  • Enhanced sentences for embezzlement of aquaculture products (fish) from a fenced, private area.

Idaho

  • Section 18-2403 – Idaho State Legislature
  • Section 18-2408 – Idaho State Legislature
  • Section 18-2407 – Idaho State Legislature

Penalties:

  • Felony for embezzlement of public property or money.
  • Felony for public servants who use their position to embezzle public property or money.
  • Between one and 20 years in prison and/or fine of up to $10,000

Illinois

Illinois Statutes Section 5/16-1

  • Value below $500. Up to one year in jail and fine of up to $2,500
  • Value between $500 and $10,000. Fine of up to $25,000 and between two and five years in jail.
  • Value above $10,000. Fine of up to $100,000 and between three and seven years in jail.

Indiana

Indiana Code Section 29-1-13-9 [estate embezzlement]

  • Civil liability for taken amount. Possible imprisonment.

Indiana Code Section 35-43-4-1 et seq. [theft]

  • Value is $750 to $50,000 or if there is previous conviction for theft. Level 6 felony. Six months to 2.5 years in prison and up to $10,000 in fines
  • Value is more than $50,000. Level 5 felony. One to six years in prison and fine of up to $10,000

Iowa

2011 Iowa Code, TITLE XVI CRIMINAL LAW AND PROCEDURE, SUBTITLE 1 CRIME CONTROL AND CRIMINAL ACTS, CHAPTER 714 THEFT, FRAUD, AND RELATED OFFENSES

  • Value below $200. Fine of $50 to $500 and/or up to 30 days in jail.
  • Value between $200 and $500. Fine of $250 to $1,500 and/or up to one year in jail.
  • Value between $500 and $1,500. Fine of $500 to $5,000 and/or up to two years in prison.

Kansas

21-5801 Theft. 2014 Kansas Statutes. US Codes and Statutes

  • Value below $1,000. Fine of up to $2,500 and/or up to one year in jail
  • Value between $1,000 and $25,000. Fine of up to $100,000 and/or up to six months in jail

Kentucky

Kentucky Revised Statutes – Chapter 514

  • Value below $500. Fine up to $500 and/or between 90 days and one year in jail
  • Value between $500 and $10,000. Fine between $1,000 and $10,000 and/or between one and five years in prison
  • Value above $10,000. Fine of between $1,000 and $10,000 and/or between five and 10 years in prison

Louisiana

LA Rev Stat Section 14:67 – RS 14:67 – Theft 2011

  • Value below $500. Fine up to $1,000 and/or between six months and a year in jail
  • Value between $500 and $1,500. Fine up to $2,000 and/or up to five years in prison
  • Value above $1,5000. Fine up to $3,000 and/or up to 10 years in prison

Maine

Title 17-A: MAINE CRIMINAL CODE, Part 2: SUBSTANTIVE OFFENSES, Chapter 15: THEFT, Section353-A, Section353. Theft by unauthorized taking or transfer

  • Value below $500. Fine up to $1,000 and/or up to one year in jail.
  • Value between $500 and $1,000. Fine up to $2,000 and/or between one and three years in prison.
  • Value between $1,000 and $10,000. Fine up to $5,000 and/or between three and five years in prison.

Maryland

2010 Maryland Code, CRIMINAL LAW, TITLE 7 – THEFT AND RELATED CRIMES, Subtitle 1 – Crimes Involving Theft, Section 7-113 – Embezzlement – Fraudulent misappropriation by fiduciary, Section 7-113. Embezzlement – Fraudulent misappropriation by fiduciary.

  • Fine of between $50 and $100.
  • Between one and five years in prison.

Massachusetts

Massachusetts General Laws Chapter 266 Section 57

  • Value below $250. Fine of between $50 and $600 and/or between six months in jail and two and a half years in prison for 1st offense
  • Value above $250, embezzlement of firearms. Fine of up to $25,000 and/or up to five years in prison

Michigan

  • Comp. Laws Ann. Section 750.174
  • Comp. Laws Ann. Section 750.174(8)
  • Comp. Laws Ann. Section 750.175
  • Comp. Laws Ann. Section 750.176
  • Comp. Laws Ann. Section 750.177
  • Comp. Laws Ann. Section 750.180
  • Comp. Laws Ann. Section 750.182

Penalties:

  • Value below $200. Fine up to $500 or three times the value of the property and/or up to 93 days in jail
  • Value between $200 and $1,000. Fine up to $2,000 or three times the value of the property and/or up to one year in jail
  • Value between $1,000 and $20,000. Fine up to $10,000 or three times the value of the property and/or up to five years in prison

Minnesota

  • 54 – 2017 Minnesota Statutes – Revisor of Statutes EMBEZZLEMENT OF PUBLIC FUNDS
  • 52 – 2017 Minnesota Statutes – Revisor of Statutes
  • 611 – 2017 Minnesota Statutes – Revisor of Statutes

Penalties:

  • Value below $500. Fine up to $1,000 and/or up to 90 days in jail
  • Value between $500 and $1,000. Fine up to $3,000 and/or up to one year in jail
  • Value between $1,000 and $5,000. Fine up to $10,000 and/or up to five years in prison

Mississippi

  • 2014 Mississippi Code, Title 97 – CRIMES, Chapter 23 – OFFENSES AFFECTING TRADE, BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONS, Section 97-23-19 – Embezzlement; by agents, bailees, trustees, servants and persons generally
  • 2013 Mississippi Code, Title 97 – CRIMES, Chapter 23 – OFFENSES AFFECTING TRADE, BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONS, Section 97-23-25 – Embezzlement; property held in trust or received on contract

Penalties:

  • Value below $500. Fine up to $1,000 and/or up to six months in jail
  • Value is $500 or more. Fine up to $25,000 and/or up to 10 years in prison

Missouri

2005 Missouri Revised Statutes – Chapter 570 – Stealing and Related Offenses

  • Value below $500. Fine up to $1,000 and/or up to one year in jail
  • Value between $500 and $25,000. Fine up to $5,000 or twice the value of the property up to $20,000 and up to seven years in prison
  • Value above $25,000. Fine up to twice the value of the property up to $20,000 and between five and 15 years in prison

Montana

45-6-301. Theft.

  • Value below $1,500. Fine up to $1,500 and/or up to six months in jail
  • Value between $1,500 and $10,000. Fine up to $50,000 and/or up to 10 years in prison
  • Value above $10,000. Fine up to $50,000 and/or between one and 10 years in prison

Nebraska

28-518 – Nebraska Legislature

  • Value below $200. Fine up to $1,000 and/or up to six months in jail
  • Value between $200 and $500. Fine up to $1,000 and/or up to one year in prison
  • Value between $500 and $1,500. Fine up to $10,000 and/or up to five years in prison
  • Value above $1,500. Fine up to $25,000 and/or between one and 20 years in prison

Nevada

  • NRS 205.300
  • NRS 668.055 – Embezzlement; willful misapplication of money

Penalties:

  • Value below $650. Fine up to $1,000 and/or up to six months in jail
  • Value between $650 and $3,500. Fine up to $10,000 and/or between one and five years in prison
  • Value above $3,5000. Fine up to $10,000 and/or between one and 10 years in prison

New Hampshire

2010 New Hampshire Statutes, TITLE LXII CRIMINAL CODE, CHAPTER 637 THEFT, Section 637:3 Theft by Unauthorized Taking or Transfer

  • Value below $1,000. Fine up to $2,000 or twice the amount embezzled, whichever is greater and/or up to one year in jail
  • Value between $1,000 and $1,500, including property valued below $1,000 but embezzled for reselling. Fine up to $4,000 or twice the amount embezzled, whichever is greater and/or up to seven years in prison
  • Value above $1,5000 or stolen firearms. Fine up to $4,000 or twice the amount embezzled, whichever is greater and/or up to 15 years in prison

New Jersey

  • New Jersey Statutes 2C:20-3 (Theft)
  • New Jersey Statutes 2C:20-2, 2C:43-3 (Penalties)

Penalties:

  • Value below $200. Restitution and/or fine up to $1,000
  • Value between $200 and $500. Restitution, fine up to $10,000, and/or up to 18 months in prison
  • Value between $500 and $75,000. Restitution, fine up to $15,000, and/or between three and five years in prison
  • Value above $75,000. Restitution, fine up to $150,000, and/or between five and 10 years in prison

New Mexico

NM Stat Section 30-16-8 :: Section 30-16-8: Embezzlement

  • Value below $250. Fine up to $500 and/or up to six months in jail
  • Value between $250 and $500. Fine up to $1,000 and/or up to one year in jail
  • Value between $500 and $2,500. Fine up to $5,000 and/or up to 18 months in prison
  • Value between $2,500 and $20,000. Fine up to $5,000 and/or up to three years in prison
  • Value above $20,000. Fine up to $10,000 and/or up to nine years in prison

New York

  • New York Penal Law Section 155.00 (larceny definitions)
  • New York Penal Law Section 155.05 (larceny/embezzlement)
  • New York Penal Law Section 155.15 (defenses)
  • New York Penal Law Sections 155.30 – 155.43 (grand larceny)
  • New York Penal Law Section 155.20 (value of stolen property)

Penalties:

  • Value below $1,000. Fine up to $1,000 and/or up to one year in jail
  • Value between $1,000 and $3,000. Fine up to $5,000 and/or up to four years in prison
  • Value between $3,000 and $50,000. Fine up to $5,000 and/or up to seven years in prison
  • Value between $50,000 and $100,000. Fine up to $15,000 and/or up to 15 years in prison
  • Value above $100,000. Fine up to $30,000 and/or up to 25 years in prison
  • Enhanced penalties for embezzlement of any religious item value at above $100

North Carolina

  • C. Gen. Stat. Ann. Sections 14-91 & 14-92
  • C. Gen. Stat. Ann. Sections 14-93, 14-94, 14-97, & 53-129

Penalties vary depending on the defendant’s position in relation to the victim, such as a public servant. Additionally, the type of property and its value will determine greatly the applicable punishment.

North Dakota

2015 North Dakota Century Code. Chapter 12.1-23 Theft and Related Offenses.

  • Value below $250. Fine up to $1,000 and/or up to 30 days in jail
  • Value between $250 and $500. Fine up to $2,000 and/or up to one year in jail
  • Value between $500 and $10,000. Fine up to $5,000 and/or up to five years in prison
  • Value above $10.000. Fine up to $10,000 and/or up to 10 years in prison

Ohio

  • 64 Embezzlement prima-facie evidence. – Ohio Revised Code
  • Chapter 2913: THEFT AND FRAUD – Ohio Revised Code

Penalties:

  • Value below $1,000. Fine up to $1,000 and/or up to 180 days in jail
  • Value between $1,000 and $7,500. Fine up to $2,000 and/or between six months and one year in jail
  • Value between $7,5000 and $150,000. Fine up to $5,000 and/or between six months in jail and 18 months in prison
  • Value between $150,000 and $750,000. Fine up to $10,000 and/or between nine months in jail and 36 months in prison

Oklahoma

  • Stat. Ann. Section 1451(B)
  • Stat. Ann. Section 1451(C)
  • Stat. Ann. Section 341

Penalties:

  • Value below $500. Fine up to $1,000 and/or up to one year in jail
  • Value between $500 and $1,000. Fine up to $5,000 and/or up to one year in jail and/or restitution
  • Value between $1,000 and $25,000. Fine up to fine $5,000 and/or up to five years in prison and/or restitution

Oregon

ORS 164.055 – Theft in the first degree – 2015 Oregon Revised Statutes

  • Value below $100. Fine up to $1,250 and/or up to 30 days in jail
  • Value between $100 and $1,000. Fine up to $6,250 and/or up to one year in jail
  • Value above $1,000. Fine up to $125,000 and/or up to five years in prison

Pennsylvania

18 Pa. Cons. Stat. section 3927 et. seq.

  • Value below $50. Fine up to $2,500 and/or up to one year in jail
  • Value between $50 and $200. Fine up to $5,000 and/or up to two years in prison
  • Value between $200 and $2,000. Fine up to $10,000 and/or up to five years in prison
  • Value above $2,000. Fine up to $15,000 and/or up to seven years in prison
  • Enhanced penalties for embezzlement by school treasurers

Rhode Island

  • 2014 Rhode Island General Laws, Title 11 – Criminal Offenses, Chapter 11-41 – Theft, Embezzlement, False Pretenses, and Misappropriation
  • 2013 Rhode Island General Laws, Title 11 – Criminal Offenses, Chapter 11-41 – Theft, Embezzlement, False Pretenses, and Misappropriation, Section 11-41-3 – Embezzlement and fraudulent conversion.

Penalties:

  • Value is $100 or lower. Fine up to $1,000 and/or up to one year in jail
  • Value above $100. Fine up to $50,000 or three times the value of the embezzlement, whichever is greater, and/or up to 20 years in prison.

South Carolina

  • Financial Transaction Card Crime Act
  • 2012 South Carolina Code of Laws, Title 16 – Crimes and Offenses, Chapter 13 – FORGERY, LARCENY, EMBEZZLEMENT, FALSE PRETENSES AND CHEATS, ARTICLE 1 MISCELLANEOUS OFFENSES
  • 2012 South Carolina Code of Laws, Title 16 – Crimes and Offenses, Chapter 13 – FORGERY, LARCENY, EMBEZZLEMENT, FALSE PRETENSES AND CHEATS, Section 16-13-210 – Embezzlement of public funds.
  • 2013 South Carolina Code of Laws, Title 16 – Crimes and Offenses, CHAPTER 13 – FORGERY, LARCENY, EMBEZZLEMENT, FALSE PRETENSES AND CHEATS, SECTION 16-13-380. Theft of electric current.

Penalties:

  • Value below $2,000. Fine up to $1,000 and/or up to 30 days in jail
  • Value between $2,000 and $10,000. Fine determined by the judge and/or up to five years in prison
  • Value above $10,000. Fine determine by the judge and/or up to 10 years in prison
  • Enhanced sentences for embezzlement of electric currents

South Dakota

  • SDLRC – Codified Law 22-30A
  • SDLRC – Codified Law 22-30A-17
  • South Dakota Codified Laws > Title 22 > Chapter 30A – Theft

Penalties:

  • Value below $400. Fine up to $500 and/or up to 30 days in jail
  • Fine between $400 and $1,000. Fine up to $2,000 and/or up to one year in prison
  • Value above $1,000. Fine up to $30,000 and/or up to 15 years in prison
  • Enhanced penalties for embezzlement of buffalo or captive non-domestic elk

Tennessee

  • TCA Section 39-14-105
  • 40-13-221 – Alleging embezzlement and breach of trust

Penalties:

  • Value below $500. Fine up to $2,500 and/or up to one year in jail
  • Value between $500 and $1,000. Fine up to $3,000 and/or between one and six years in prison
  • Value between $1,000 and $10,000. Fine up to $5,000 and/or between two and 12 years in prison
  • Value between $10,000 and $60,000. Fine up to $10,000 and/or between three and 15 years in prison
  • Value above $60,000. Fine up to $25,000 and/or between eight and 30 years in prison
  • Enhanced sentences for embezzling public money meant for highway or road use by a chief administrative officer

Texas

  • Texas Stat. & Code Ann. Section 31.03.
  • Texas Stat. & Code Ann. Section 31.03(f)

Penalties:

  • Value below $50. Fine up to $500
  • Value between $50 and $500, theft of personal identification card or driver’s license issued by any state Fine up to $2,000 and/or up to 180 days in jail
  • Value between $500 and $1,500. Fine up to $4,000 and/or up to one year in jail
  • Value between $1,500 and $20.000. Fine up to $10,000 and/or between 180 days and two years in prison
  • Enhanced sentences for embezzlement by someone who is in a contractual relationship with the government

Utah

  • Utah Code. Title 76, Utah Criminal Code. Chapter 6, Offenses Against Property. Part 4, Theft. Section 412, Theft — Classification of offenses — Action for treble damages
  • Utah Code. Title 76, Utah Criminal Code. Chapter 6, Offenses Against Property. Part 4, Theft. Section 403, Theft — Evidence to support accusation.
  • Utah Code. Title 76, Utah Criminal Code. Chapter 6, Offenses Against Property. Part 4, Theft. Section 406, Theft by extortion

Penalties:

  • Value below $500. Fine up to $1,000 and/or up to six months in jail
  • Value between $500 and $1,500. Fine up to $2,500 and/or up to one year in jail
  • Value between $1,500 and $5,000. Fine up to $5,000 and/or up to five years in prison
  • Value above $5,000. Fine up to $10,000 and/or between one and 15 years in prison

Vermont

  • 2012 Vermont Statutes Title 13 Crimes and Criminal Procedure Chapter 57 LARCENY AND EMBEZZLEMENT
  • 2012 Vermont Statutes Title 13 Crimes and Criminal Procedure Chapter 57 LARCENY AND EMBEZZLEMENT Section 2531 Embezzlement generally

Embezzlement can lead to a fine of up to $500 and/or up to 10 years in prison.

Virginia

Virginia Ann. Code Section 18.2-95 &-96

  • Value is $200 or lower. Fine up to $2,500 and/or up to one year in jail
  • Value above $200, embezzlement of firearms. Judge’s discretion to sentence to fine up to $2,500 and/or up to one year in jail; or to sentence to between one and 20 years in prison.

Washington

  • RCW 10.37.110: Larceny or embezzlement
  • Chapter 9a.56 RCW: THEFT AND ROBBERY
  • RCW 43.08.140: Embezzlement – Penalty

Penalties:

  • Value below $750. Fine up to $5,000 and/or up to one year in jail
  • Value between $750 and $5,000. Fine up to $10,000 and/or up to five years in prison
  • Value above $5,000. Fine up to $20,000 and/or up to 10 years in prison
  • Enhanced sentences for embezzlement of an on-duty search and rescue dog

West Virginia

  • WV Code Section61-3-13
  • 2005 West Virginia Code – Section61-3-20. — Embezzlement

Penalties:

  • Value below $1,000. Fine up to $2,500 and/or up to one year in jail.
  • Value is $1,000 or more. Between one and 10 years in prison. At the judge’s discretion, a defendant may be sentenced to a fine up to $2,5000 and/or up to one year in jail instead.

Wisconsin

Wisconsin Legislature: 943.20(1)(a)

  • Value below $2,500. Fine up to $10,000 and/or up to nine months in jail
  • Value between $2,500 and $5,000. Fine up to $10,000 and/or up to three and a half years in prison
  • Enhanced sentences for embezzlement of property stolen from a corpse

Wyoming

  • ARTICLE 6 – FRAUD :: 2014 Wyoming Statutes
  • 2013 Wyoming Statutes TITLE 6 – CRIMES AND OFFENSES CHAPTER 3 – OFFENSES AGAINST PROPERTY ARTICLE 4 – LARCENY AND RELATED OFFENSES 6-3-402. Theft; penalties
  • 2011 Wyoming Statutes. TITLE 6 – CRIMES AND OFFENSES. livestock rustling; theft of fuel; penalties.

Penalties:

  • Value below $1,000. Fine up to $750 and/or up to six months in jail
  • Value above $1,000. Fine up to $10,000 and/or up to 10 years in prison
  • Enhanced sentences for embezzlement of livestock or fuel

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