What Are The Consequences Of Felony When It Concerns Theft In Ohio?


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The problem in determining the legal consequences stems with the fact that what a person is charged with or held responsible for. The fine and prison term imposed on a person will differ depending on the fact that weather the crime is considered to be first, second, third, fourth or fifth degree and weather additional charges are levied as well. A first degree offence carries a sentence of three to ten years; second degree two to eight years, Third degree one to five years, Fourth degree six to eighteen months and a fifth degree six to twelve months; fines are $20,000, $15,000, $10,000, $5,000 and $2,500 respectively. Depending on the circumstances of the individual additional charges in the form of "Repeat Violent Offenders" and "Possession or Use of Firearm" can also be levied.

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