What is the difference between Grand Theft and Receiving Stolen Property? (S. Dakota)
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Posted 27 November 2012 - 12:09 AM
A crime becomes grand theft if the amount stolen is over $1,000 in value, a firearm of any value is stolen, the items in question are stolen directly from a person (like a mugging), or the property stolen is cattle, horses, mules, buffalo or captive non-domestic elk.
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Receiving stolen property means you came into possession of stolen property when you knew or should have known, given all the circumstances, that it was stolen.
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