Property Crime Cases In Oregon
There are a number of crimes categorized as property crimes, including Burglary, Theft, Identity Theft, Forgery, Criminal Mischief, Criminal Trespass, and Unlawful Use of a Motor Vehicle.
Depending upon a person’s criminal history, there are new minimums that require up to 25 months in prison for each conviction. These are the sort of sentences that apply to repeat offenders.
For someone with little or no criminal history, civil compromises are available for most of these crimes. Civil compromises require the agreement of the parties, and take a substantial amount of negotiations. However, this is probably the most common and painless way to resolve a property crime and avoid a criminal conviction. Contact Daniel Woram today to discuss your options.
|Charge||Crime Classificationand Penalties||Elements of Crime|
|Theft I||Class C felonyUp to 5 years prison and $125,000 fine|
|Aggravated Theft I||Class B felonyUp to 10 years prison and $250,000 fine|
|Theft II||Class A misdemeanorUp to 1 year jail and $6,250 fine|
|Theft III||Class C misdemeanorUp to 30 days jail and $1,250 fine|
|Unauthorized Use of a Vehicle|
|Identity Theft I|
|Criminal Mischief I|
|Criminal Mischief II|
|Criminal Mischief III|
|Criminal Trespass I|
|Criminal Trespass II|