What crimes qualify as grand theft?
Grand theft is defined by a dollar amount that differs from place to place. The average amount in the United States that creates the border between petty and grand theft is four hundred dollars, however in some places it is upwards of a thousand dollars.
Petty theft is usually just a ticket and a phone call home if you’re a minor, grand theft is considered much more serious. There are also levels of grand theft, over one thousand dollars stolen is fourth degree grand theft, and over ten thousand dollars is first-degree grand theft, again just an example as every state and country will different slightly.
Grand theft auto is specifically the theft of a vehicle, often worth more than one thousand dollars, but even if the car is old and worth little stealing it will still get you a charge of grand theft auto.
Not to be confused with Grand Theft Auto.
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