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theft crimes forgery

Theft crimes can be very serious crimes. Chapter 41 of Title 18 of the Pennsylvania Crimes Code deals with various types of theft crimes and crimes of dishonesty. Specifically this section addresses forgery and fraudulent practices. § 4112 of the Pennsylvania General Assembly specifically addresses the act of receiving deposits in a failing financial institution.  robbery Any person that has any standing with the company and participates in the direction of a financial institution, such as an officer or manager can commit this offense. The specific offense is committed when a person receives or permits the receipt of a deposit, premium payment, or other investment in the institution, while having knowledge that the institution is facing financial difficulties and will suspend operations or go into receivership or reorganization. The receiving party also commits an offense when the person making the deposit or other payment is unaware of the precarious standing of the institution. When making any such transaction, the person making the deposit or payment must be told of the current status of the institution if the institution is indeed struggling, or if knowledge is known on the upcoming decisions of the failing institution.

Theft crimes such as this can have very serious repercussions for an accused. Specifically convictions can appear on an individuals criminal; record and can generally mean that a criminal defendant might have a difficult time obtaining employment. forgery and fraud If a person commits this offense, they will be charged with a misdemeanor of the second degree. The penalties for committing a misdemeanor of the second degree can result in being confined to imprisonment for a period of up to two years in addition to a fine for an amount of up to $5,000. Make sure to contact an experienced Chester County Criminal lawyer if you are being investigated for committing such a crime.

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