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Exam#4 HRS 708

HRS 708 part IV Theft and other Related Offenses

QuestionAnswer
Theft of property or services which EXCEEDS $20,000 Theft in the First degree
Theft of a firearm Theft in the First Degree
Theft of Dynamite or other explosives Theft in the First Degree
Theft of property or services during a time of civil defense emergency which EXCEEDS $300 Theft in the First degree
Penalty for Theft 1 Class B felony
Theft of property from another person Theft in the Second degree
Theft of property or service which EXCEEDS $300 Theft in the Second degree
Theft of aquaculture, fenced or enclosed, sign that says private property Theft in the Second degree
Theft of agriculture which EXCEEDS $300 but less than $20,000 Theft in the Second degree
Penalty for Theft 2 Class C felony
Theft of property or services which EXCEEDS $100 Theft in the Third degree
Theft of gasoline less than $300 Theft in the Third degree
Penalty for Theft 3 Misdemeanor
Theft of property or services less than $100 Theft in the Fourth degree
Penatly for Theft 4 Petty Misdemeanor
Video Tapping a Movie Unauthorized operation of a recording device in a motion picture theater
Penalty for Unauth. Op. of a rec. device in a motion picture theater Misdemeanor
Penalty for Theft of livestock Class C felony
Penalty for Telemarketing Fraud Class B felony
Penalty for Theft of Copper wieghing a pound or more Class C felony
Penalty for Theft of a Beer Keg Misdemeanor
I/ K exerts unauthorized control over anothers propelled vehicle by operating it without the owners concent or by changing the identity of the vehicle Unauthorized Control of propelled vehicle
Penalty for UCPV Class C felony
I/ K enters or remains unlawfully in a motor vehicle with the intent to commit a crime Unauthorized Entry into a Motor Vehicle in the First degree
Penalty for UEMV 1 Class C felony
I/ K enters a motor vehicle without permission Unauthorized Entry into a Motor Vehicle in the Second degree
Penalty for UEMV 2 Misdemeanor
Intentionally does not return a rental car within 48 hours of rental agreement Failure to return a rental motor vehicle
Penalty for Failure to return a rental motor vehicle Misdemeanor
I/ K does not return leased or rented personal property within 14 days Failure to return leased or rented personal property
Penalty for Failure to return leased or rented personal property Petty Misdemeanor
Penatly for Removal of Identification marks Misdemeanor
Posession of a bicycle, movable construction tool or equipment, appliance, merchandise, or other article, or any part thereof where the serial number or ID mark has been erases or altered Unlawful possesion
Penalty for Unlawful Possession Misdemeanor
Defense for Theft The defendant was unaware that the property or service was that of another
Makes or causes, either directly or indirectly, a transmission of any personal information of another by any oral, written, any statement conveyed by electronic means, with intent to facilitate a murder, class A felony, kidnap., U.I., Ext. Or CPD Identity theft in the first degree
Makes or causes, either directly or indirectly, a transmission of any personal information of another by any oral, written, any statement conveyed by electronic means, with intent to Commit the offense of Theft 1 Identity theft in the First degree
Penalty for Identity Theft 1 Class A felony
Makes or causes, either directly or indirectly, a transmission of any personal information of another by any oral, written, any statement conveyed by electronic means, with intent to Commit Theft 2 Identity in the Second degree
Penalty for Identity Theft 2 Class B felony
Makes or causes, either directly or indirectly, a transmission of any personal information of another by any oral, written, any statement conveyed by electronic means, with intent to commit Theft 3 & 4 Identity Theft in the Third degree
Penalty for Identity Theft 3 Class C felony
Penalty for Unauthorized Posession of confidential personal information Class C felony
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