Category Archives: Shoplifting / Retail Theft

01Feb, 2019

North Carolina Shoplifting: Larceny Versus Concealment of Goods
Posted By: Schlosser & Pritchett

North Carolina Shoplifting: Larceny Versus Concealment of Goods

What is shoplifting?

Most of us have a pretty clear understanding of the basics. It’s when someone takes something from a store without paying for it, right?

Except that in North Carolina, it’s not quite that simple. There is no Continue reading

24Aug, 2017

The Shoplifting Addiction: How It Can Help Your NC Charge
Posted By: Schlosser & Pritchett

The Shoplifting Addiction: How It Can Help Your NC Charge

Shoplifting is a very common theft crime both here in North Carolina and throughout the United States. It’s so prevalent that most shoplifters actually go undetected.

Though it’s often associated with rebellious teens stealing for the thrill of it, there Continue reading

01Dec, 2016

North Carolina Woman Caught Shoplifting, Gets $1 Million Bond
Posted By: Schlosser & Pritchett

North Carolina Woman Caught Shoplifting, Gets $1 Million Bond

Shoplifting from a retail location is not the most serious crime in North Carolina. If you steal less than $1,000, it’s usually charged as a misdemeanor, and charges don’t typically go higher than a Class H felony. There are associated Continue reading

23May, 2016

What Kinds of Penalties You’ll Face If Charged with Shoplifting
Posted By: Schlosser & Pritchett

What Kinds of Penalties You’ll Face If Charged with Shoplifting

Most people can remember a time as a teenager when they or a friend were pressured to shoplift. Maybe it was something simple, like candy or a pair of socks. Maybe you got away with it. Shoplifting is typically regarded Continue reading

14Mar, 2016

4 Things to Know about Theft in North Carolina
Posted By: Schlosser & Pritchett

4 Things to Know about Theft in North Carolina

Generally, theft happens when a person takes someone else’s property without their permission and with the intent to permanently deprive the owner of the property.

So, if you go into a clothing store and take a pair of jeans, intending Continue reading