EVA GREGORY COUNSELING ON LINE - COMPLETE PROBATION CONDITIONS AND SAVE TIME AND MONEY.
FINAL TEST FOR 16 HOURS THEFT CLASS.
STEPS TO FOLLOW: STEP 1, GO TO PAGE 2 ON WEB SITE, "MAKE YOUR PAYMENT HERE" STEP 2:. CLICK ON THAT PAGE AND FOLLOW THE PROMPTS AND PAY $57.00 FOR THIS CLASS. STEP 3:THE READ THE PDF BOXES AND ANSWER THE FINAL TEST QUESTIONS. IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS, PLEASE CALL RICHARD @ 832-257-5996.
YOUR FULL NAME:
YOUR CAUSE NO. OR CASE NO.
YOUR CURRENT CELL PHONE NO.
YOUR CURRENT E-MAIL ADDRESS:
DATE OF BIRTH:
YOUR MAILING ADDRESS, STREET NO., NAMEOF STREET, CITY AND ZIP CODE.
IF YOU ARE IN PRE-TRAIL, JUDGE'S FULL NAME, COURT ROOM NO., FAX NUMBER AND E-MAIL ADDRESS.
PROBATION OFFICER'S FIRST AND LAST NAME:
PROBATION OFFICER'S FAX NUMBER AND E-MAIL ADDRESS.
YOUR CURRENT CHARGE:
1. OVER 26% OF LARCENY-THEFTS ARE FROM MOTOR VEHICLES
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2. Entrapment is not a defense.
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3. Depending on the exact circumstances of each crime, the penalty may be higher.
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4. The type of larceny will also greatly influence the severity of the sentence.
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5. Grand larcenies carry much longer sentences than do petit (or "petty") larcenies.
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6. In California, a grand theft of a firearm could result in a sentence of 16 months, two years or three years.
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7. Burglary and criminal trespass are two separate crimes in Texas.
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8. For burglary, even if the felony, theft, or assault did not take place, a defendant may be found guilty, even if all he/she had was the intent to commit a crime.
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9. The main difference between criminal trespass and burglary is the intent, or lack thereof, to commit a felony.
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10. Defendants have several options available to counter a burglary accusation.
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11. Burglary consists of: •The unauthorized breaking and entry Into a building or occupied structure With the intent to commit a crime inside.
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12. The prosecution bears the burden of proving a defendant's guilt beyond a reasonable doubt.
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13. Defendants commonly make the argument that they had the consent of the owner or occupier of the property to enter.
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14. Texas forgery law makes it a crime to forge a "writing" with intent to defraud or harm another person.
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15. Forgery is a type of fraud.
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16. Penalties and Sentences Under Texas forgery law, the crime is generally charged as a "Class A" misdemeanor.
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17. If the offense was committed against an elderly person, the punishment may be increased by one degree.
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18. Credit card (or debit card) fraud is a form of identity theft.
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19. Account takeovers typically involve the criminal hijacking of an existing credit card account.
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20. Every 26 seconds a motor vehicle is stolen in the United States.
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21. Carjacking accounts for 3.0 % of all motor vehicle thefts nationwide, and occurs most frequently in urban areas.
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22. Of the top 25 metro areas in the nation for vehicle theft, nearly half are ports or communities with easy access to borders.
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23. Many rental companies will threaten, and/or follow through with, felony theft charges within a week of unpaid fees if you fail to return the item.
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24. Many instances of embezzlement also involve elements of fraud.
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25. Writing a bad check or engaging in check kiting schemes is bank fraud and it carries heavy penalties.
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