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Dealing in Stolen Property in Florida is defined as the trafficking or attempt to traffic in property that you now or should know is stolen.

Penalties for a Dealing in Stolen Property Charge

In Florida, Dealing in Stolen Property is classified as a second degree felony punishable by up to:
  1. Fifteen years in state prison;
  2. Fifteen years of supervised probation;
  3. A $10,000 fine
If, however, you initiate, organize, plan, finance, direct, manage, or supervise the theft of property and ultimately traffic in such stolen property, Dealing in Stolen Property is classified as a first degree felony punishable by up to:
  1. Thirty years in state prison;
  2. Thirty years of supervised probation;
  3. A $10,000 fine

Defenses to a Dealing in Stolen Property Charge

In addition to factual defenses that would be raised at trial to show reasonable doubt as to the crime alleged, some common defenses to a Dealing in Stolen Property charge in Florida include:

You did not know the property was stolen
If you did not know the property was stolen, then you will have a defense to a Dealing in Stolen Property charge in Florida. Essentially, if you can satisfactorily explain how you came into possession of the property, you will have a viable defense to a Dealing in Stolen Property charge in Florida.

Contact Orlando Criminal Defense Attorney Chris Kaigle if you’ve been charged with Dealing in Stolen Property in Florida!
(407) 545-6416