Transfer of another's property as theft.
Theft by deception.
22-30A-3.1 to 22-30A-3.3. Transferred.
Theft by threat.
Theft of lost or mislaid property.
Receiving stolen property.
Obtaining property or services without paying.
Obtaining property or services with false debit or credit card.
22-30A-8.2 to 22-30A-8.5. Transferred.
Diverting services of another.
Embezzlement of property received in trust.
Return of stolen property considered in mitigation of punishment--Return not a
Disqualification from public office.
Unauthorized operation of vehicle or vessel as misdemeanor.
Theft by conversion of rented personalty after notice of termination.
Affirmative defense to conversion of leased or rented personalty.
Theft as single offense incorporating previous separate offenses--Terms used in
Ignorance and honest claim of right as affirmative defenses to theft.
Aggravated grand theft--Felony.
Petty theft in the first degree--Misdemeanor.
Petty theft in the second degree--Misdemeanor.
Aggregation of related thefts to determine degree of offense.
Liability of shoplifter to owner or seller--Penalty.
Detention of suspected shoplifter--Reasonableness--Grounds.
Demand for payment by victim of retail theft.
Failure to pay liability for theft--Penalty doubled.
Unauthorized possession of federal Department of Agriculture commodities
transferred to state.
Law enforcement officer retaining seized property as theft.
22-30A-22, 22-30A-23. Repealed.
Theft by insufficient funds check--Degrees according to amount--Aggregation of
Theft by no account check--Degrees according to amount--Aggregation of checks.
Return of property or payment of check and the costs and expenses prohibits criminal
Passing insufficient funds check as prima facie evidence of knowledge of
Goods, services, taxes, and other obligations as present consideration.
Postdated check not in violation.
Prosecution for passing check against insufficient funds--Establishment of probable
cause-Testimony of official not necessary.
Passing check as prima facie evidence.
Notice of dishonor required before prosecution for theft by insufficient funds--Check
or theft by no account check--Presumption of service--Waiting period.
Additional civil penalty for failure to pay amount of check and fees and costs--Prosecution.
Contents of notice of dishonor.
Proof of notice not required--Payment of check, costs, and expenses bar to
Limitation of theft by insufficient funds check and theft by no account check
Circumstances under which maker, drawer, or issuer not criminally or civilly liable
for damages and costs.
Combination of instruments--Court.
Alteration or removal of serial number--Possession of property with altered serial
Liability for cost of motor fuel received--Service charge.
Request for vehicle owner information--Format and content--Response by law
Demand for payment from motor vehicle owner for motor fuel received--Content of
Payment or dispute of claim--Court action--Service charge and expenses
Criminal action prohibited if retailer receives payment or court award.
Public official defined.
Public official's use of public funds for official's financial benefit as theft.