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What Are the Penalties for Petit (Petty) Theft in Florida?
What Are the Penalties for Petit (Petty) Theft in Florida?

Are you a Florida resident facing petit (or petty) theft charges? While the term “petit” derives from the French word for “small”—the consequences for this crime are anything but small. Depending on your circumstances, you can be charged with a misdemeanor or even a felony ...

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