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The Words Theft, Burglary, & Robbery Mean Different Things

By Rigney Law LLC |

Theft, burglary, and robbery are phrases that people use interchangeably, but they are not interchangeable. They each mean different things. They each signify completely different crimes with different elements, and they mean that a different thing happened. When we talk about theft, burglary, and robbery, we are talking about taking of property, and the… Read More »

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Can Theft, Burglary, and Robbery Convictions be Expunged?

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Theft convictions can be expunged fairly easily. Robbery and burglary, not so much. Both robbery and burglary convictions can still be expunged, but those are discretionary, which means it’s up to the judge. However, even if robbery and burglary convictions are expunged, they’ll still show up in background searches. There will just be a… Read More »

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Tales from the Brown Desk – Episode 25 – Theft, Burglary, Robbery, Corporate Personhood, & Florida Man

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Weekly Criminal Law Podcast, Tales from the Brown Desk, brought to you by Rigney Law LLC. Tales from the Brown Desk is a free flowing conversation involving two foul-mouthed attorneys. It may include graphic descriptions of sexual activity, violence, and traffic law. It may not be suitable for children. Listener discretion advised. Episode 25…. Read More »

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Criminal Law Podcast – Tales from the Brown Desk – Episode 3 & 4

By Rigney Law LLC |

Weekly Criminal Law podcast, Tales from the Brown Desk, brought to you by Rigney Law LLC. Tales from the Brown Desk is a free flowing conversation involving two foul-mouthed attorneys. It may include graphic descriptions of sexual activity, violence, and traffic law. It may not be suitable for children. Listener discretion advised. Episode 3… Read More »

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Removing a GPS Tracking Device Placed by Police is Not Theft

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Court Says Removing a GPS Tracking Device Placed by Police is Not Theft The Indiana Supreme Court ruled that removing a GPS tracking device placed by police on a personal vehicle is not theft. Chief Justice Loretta Rust said “To find a fair probability of unauthorized control here, we would need to conclude the… Read More »

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