Selling Stolen Property
Delaware Selling Stolen Property Laws
Selling stolen property is illegal in Delaware and can be viewed as either a felony or a misdemeanor in Delaware. The value of the property determines the extent of your charges. Regardless, it is a very serious charge and warrants the help of skilled Delaware Property Crime Defense Lawyers.
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§ 852A. Selling stolen property; class A misdemeanor; class G felony.
A person is guilty of selling stolen property if, after the person receives stolen property pursuant to § 851 of this title, the person sells some or all of the stolen property received. A person may be convicted of both receiving stolen property and selling stolen property. Selling stolen property is a class A misdemeanor, unless the value of the resold property is $1,500 or more, or unless the seller has been convicted 2 or more times of selling stolen property, in which cases it is a class G felony.
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You stand to lose a lot if convicted of a crime in Delaware. If you face charges related to stolen property possession in Delaware, work with skilled Delaware Property Crime Defense Lawyers. We aim to have your charges dropped or dismissed. If that cannot happen, we do everything necessary to build a solid defense for you and minimize negative consequences.
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