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Shoplifting Background Checks

Shoplifting Background Checks

May 13, 2013 0

SHOPLIFTING BACKGROUND CHECKS IN NEW YORK One of the more common questions that clients who have been charged with Shoplifting (Petit Larceny 155.25) in New York ask is: WILL THIS SHOW UP ON MY

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Loss Prevention

Loss Prevention

March 8, 2013 0

NYC Shoplifting and Loss Prevention Loss prevention officers or LP, as they are sometimes called, must follow strict criteria of rules if they are to carry out their job to the letter. Often they

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New York Shoplifting: Different Stores; Different Policies

New York Shoplifting: Different Stores; Different Policies

March 8, 2013 0

New York Shoplifting A woman steals $45 in merchandise from Target and is apprehended and arrested, taken to the local police precinct, booked, fingerprinted and photographed and issued a Desk Appearance Ticket (DAT) for

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What is Petit Larceny?

What is Petit Larceny?

March 7, 2013 0

What is Petit Larceny? Shoplifting, or Petit Larceny as it is known in New York is a Class A Misdemeanor, punishable by up to one year in jail. In New York, petit larceny involves

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Avoiding a Criminal Record with StopLift

Avoiding a Criminal Record with StopLift

December 6, 2012 0

Shoplifting: Avoiding a Criminal Record with StopLift Here’s the scenario: You’ve been caught shoplifting. You’re in a panic, wondering if you are going to wind up in jail or with a criminal record. You

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Century 21 Shoplifting Policies and Legal Help

Century 21 Shoplifting Policies and Legal Help

September 20, 2012 0

Century 21 Shoplifting Policies and How to Handle It As New York City’s top Shoplifting Lawyer, I am frequently called upon to represent defendants accused of shoplifting from a variety of New York’s most

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Queens Shoplifting? Know Your Rights

Queens Shoplifting? Know Your Rights

September 1, 2012 0

Queens Shoplifting Prosecution Now Conducted In-House From The New York Times The A & N Food Market on Main Street in Flushing, Queens, has an almost entirely Chinese clientele. The inventory includes live eels,

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Petit Larceny: Not Always Pretty

Petit Larceny: Not Always Pretty

August 16, 2012 0

Petit Larceny: Not Always Petty Copyright (c) 2008-2012 Warren Redlich Petit Larceny, sometimes referred to as Petty Larceny, is defined in New York State as a theft of property valued at less than $1000.

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The Dangers of Shoplifting

The Dangers of Shoplifting

June 13, 2012 0

The Dangers of Shoplifting Most shoplifting crimes are committed by younger people.  Some are just giving in to the moment, accepting a dare, or asserting what they feel is independence, however misinformed they may

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How to Beat a Shoplifting Charge

How to Beat a Shoplifting Charge

June 4, 2012 0

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