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In general, felony theft is defined by the value of something stolen. Most jurisdictions divide felony theft into different categories typically called classes. For instance, a class one felony theft would be for stolen goods of a high value such as a valuable painting, whereas a class two felony theft is for stolen goods of lesser value such as a stolen TV valued at $2000. A court that handles other felony charges, muddier, kidnapping or manslaughter, for instance, will also hear felony theft charges and bigger cases of fraud. Typically felony theft charges are very serious and can involve heavy fines and even state prison time.
Amount For Felony Theft Per State
|Indiana||Always a Class D Felony Theft||Rhode Island||$500|