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Retail Stores Are Now Using Facial Recognition to Catch Shoplifters

In the last couple of years, many retail stores have been incurring huge losses resulting from shoplifting. However, with the new technology of using cameras with high quality face-recognition, they have been able to identify shoplifters and, in several cases, big spenders. How does this works? When shopping, you are likely to see cameras snapping …

Retail theft can encompass more than just shoplifting

When we hear the term retail theft, we automatically envision people attempting to leave a store with something for which they did not pay, perhaps concealing a single item under their coat or brazenly walking out with a full shopping cart. While this is an accurate depiction, it fails to account for the various other …

Effective representation for minors facing theft charges

Now that kids across the state of Florida are on the verge of starting another school year, parents can finally breathe a sigh of relief. While some of this relief will certainly come from no longer having to make daily arrangements, the majority of it will come from the knowledge that their kids are in …

An introduction and explanation of robbery charges in Florida

Theft is a general term used for criminal offenses that involve taking another person’s property. Orlando, Florida, residents may be more familiar with common theft offenses such as shoplifting, burglary and robbery. Each offense can have far-reaching consequences, depending on the amount of stolen property. How the crime was committed can also define the type of …

Florida couple faces theft charges

Theft crimes can range from minor criminal offenses such as shoplifting to serious offenses like grand theft and fraud. Taking someone else’s property with the intent to deprive that person of the property is called theft. In Orland, Florida, it is a common knowledge that theft charges depend on the nature of the offense. Some …

Theft charges are difficult to deal with; we can help

Generally, theft is the act of taking another person’s property with the intent to deprive that person of such property. In Central Florida, readers may be familiar with the most common form of theft, which is shoplifting. This criminal offense can be either a minor or serious offense, depending on the value of the stolen …

Gas station’s daily customer faces robbery and theft charges

Theft is the act of taking another person’s property with the intention of depriving the victim of that property. Orlando, Florida, readers may be interested to learn the differences between some of the different types of theft such as burglary and robbery. Burglary refers to entering someone else’s property and taking something inside that property, …

Three people face serious theft charges in south Florida

The act of taking someone else’s property is against the law. Here in Orlando, Florida, local residents are familiar with the different types of theft, including burglary, robbery, shoplifting and credit card theft. These criminal offenses can be prosecuted under both state and federal law, depending on the nature of the offense. Misdemeanor offenses, such …

Two individuals accused of theft from Florida university

There are many different types of theft charges. Theft charges can range from shoplifting to burglary, to armed robbery and other serious forms of stealing. In each case, the specific requirements that prosecutors must prove to show that a theft occurred will change. Additionally, the penalties for each case will change depending on the specific charges. Therefore, …

Tis the season to be merry! Don’t ruin it by shoplifting!

December. Christmas time. Shopping. Tis the season to be merry, shop for friends and family at the mall, outlets or department stores. With the large crowds and the hectic pace of the urban shopper, some individuals may see an opportunity to shoplift and item or two for themselves or a loved one. Don’t even think about …

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