I was caught shoplifting in Alpharetta GA, what should I do?
Shoplifting in Georgia is defined as certain acts performed with the intent of taking merchandise without paying for it, from a merchant. It is also defined as the act of altering or switching price tags or labels, and transferring merchandise from one container to another with the intent of paying a reduced amount for the merchandise.

The criminal charge of shoplifting in Georgia is classified as either a misdemeanor or a felony, depending upon the value of the items taken or intended to be taken.

Misdemeanor shoplifting in Georgia is defined as removing property with the value of less than $300.
Felony shoplifting in Georgia is defined as removing property with a value of more than $300.
The criminal penalties for shoplifting in Georgia are monetary fines and imprisonment in jail.
If you or a loved one has issues with shoplifting in Georgia, contact the Shoplifting Defense Attorney Scott Miller in Alpharetta, Georgia, for a free consultation. 770-408-1001


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