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FINAL TEST FOR SHOPLIFTING <1k
YOUR FIRST AND LAST NAME
YOUR CAUSE/CASE NUMBER
YOUR CURRENT CELL PHONE NUMBER
YOUR CURRENT E-MAIL ADDRESS
ALTERNATE PHONE NUMBER
YOUR DATE OF BIRTH
YOUR CURRENT CHARGE
FIRST AND LAST NAME OF YOUR COMMUNITY SERVICE OFFICER
YOUR COMMUNITY SERVICE OFFICER'S FAX NUMBER
YOUR COMMUNITY SERVICE E-MAIL ADDRESS
YOUR CURRENT US MAILING ADDRESS (PLEASE INCLUDE STREET NUMBER, CITY AND ZIP CODE).
1.JUST BEFORE YOU STEAL, YOU MENTALLY REHEARSE WHAT YOU ARE GOING TO DO .
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2. Today, kleptomania is considered far more prevalent than originally believed.
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3. AT THE TIME OF THE THEFT ACT, YOU FEEL Pleasure or relief at the time of committing the theft.
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4. SHOPLIFTING IS A CRIME THAT AFFECTS ALL CONSUMERS.
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5. The person who steals your stuff is just a human being who has feelings, AND emotions.
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6. Shoplifting in Texas is a crime with serious penalties, including potential fines and jail time.
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7. Examples of theft include taking items from stores without paying, altering price tags to avoid the full retail price, and writing bad checks for merchandise.
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8. WHEN YOU STEAL, THE COURT SYSTEM WILL TAKE INTO CONSIDERATION ANY PRIOR CRIMES.
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9. Don’t allow self-pity to make you neglect your general health and well-being.
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10. Don’t hesitate to draw comfort from close friends and relatives.
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11. If your identity was stolen, there are specific steps you must follow to recover from the theft and protect yourself in the future.
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12. A person commits an offense if, with intent to harass, annoy, alarm, abuse, torment, or embarrass another, the person.
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13. Recognize that some people steal to fill emotional holes.
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14. They may steal out of greed when they already have plenty.
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15. A person who has difficulty seeing the "bigger picture" may steal without really thinking through their impulsive action.
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16 There is an Increasing sense of tension immediately before committing the theft.◦
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17. In Harris County in 2010, eight out of ten court cases for shoplifting occurred in Wal-Mart
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18. Each family in the United States pays an extra $900.00 annually for goods and services to subsidize losses from shoplifting.
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19. After all the person who steals your stuff is just a human being who has feelings, emotions and certain weaknesses.
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20. The penalties for theft increase with the value of the stolen goods.
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21. YOUR MIND GOES THROUGH THOUGHTS AND MENTALLY REHEARSING BEFORE YOU EVER COMMIT A THEFT ACT.
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22, Someone is thinking about stealing, he looks for cameras, mirrors, undercover security, clerks, and electronic tags.
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23. First and foremost, the type and value of property stolen will typically determine whether minor (misdemeanor) or major (felony) charges are brought.
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24. Most types of theft are classified by law as crimes of "moral turpitude".
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25., Resident aliens in the country may face deportation or other immigration consequences upon conviction for a crime of moral turpitude.
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