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Archives for: October 8th, 2019

Criminal Activity During Florida Hurricanes

Written by Moses & Rooth on October 8, 2019

In the last five years, Florida residents have experienced severe hurricane seasons. Nearly every summer, Florida residents worry about evacuations and making their homes hurricane proof. In addition to worrying about physical safety, Florida residents also worry about hurricane looting and theft. While Hurricane Dorian descended on the…Read More

Understanding Florida’s Shoplifting Laws

Written by Moses & Rooth on January 19, 2016

Many people believe that shoplifting is a minor inconsequential crime that is not taken very seriously by the justice system. However, shoplifting is a form of theft; and depending on the amount stolen, those convicted of shoplifting face significant consequences. While the consequences for shoplifting may seem minor compared…Read More

Orlando’s Puppy Thief

Written by Moses & Rooth on November 23, 2015

A woman was recently arrested for stealing a puppy in Orlando. The puppy was a $1,295 Yorkie that was up for sale at an Orlando pet store. The surveillance video from the store depicts the woman taking the puppy from a cage. After the woman saw the surveillance…Read More

Shoplifting and Theft Crimes in Florida

Written by Moses & Rooth on September 2, 2015

Shoplifting and retail fraud is a $44 billion industry, according to a recent report between the University of Florida and the National Retail Federation. Shoplifting offenses range from stealing a candy bar to stealing expensive jewelry, or even a pet, as this Florida woman learned the hard way. Retail…Read More

When Theft Becomes Grand Theft

Written by Moses & Rooth on April 2, 2015
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When Theft Becomes Grand Theft

Being arrested for theft may constitute a bad day, but the day becomes much worse if the charge is for grand theft. Ultimately, the severity of punishment for a felony grand theft is substantially worse than being convicted for petit theft. If you have…Read More

Theft, Robbery, and Burglary; What is the Difference?

Written by Moses & Rooth on February 10, 2015

Theft, Robbery, Burglary; What is the Difference?

Charges for theft, robbery, and burglary all involve the taking of another’s property, though the charges vary by how and where the activity took place. Being convicted of any of the above can bring serious penalties and long-term consequences, such as the…Read More

Florida man found guilty for tax fraud and identity theft

Written by Moses & Rooth on June 20, 2014

White collar crimes come in all flavors. One of the more common ones in the last decade has been identity theft. This criminal offense, which has become more prevalent since technology has everyone doing business electronically, can branch off into numerous other crimes. Tax fraud is just one of them.

A…Read More

25 suspects in Florida charged with ID theft and tax fraud

Written by Moses & Rooth on April 4, 2014

Twenty-five people in Florida were arrested and charged with counts of tax fraud and identify theft in the last few weeks, as authorities worked to crack down on what they say is a crime that has been growing in popularity lately. The crime can keep people who deserve tax returns…Read More

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