Commercial Burglary vs Shoplifting and Prop 47?

After Proposition 47 was passed, the distinction between shoplifting and commercial burglary became focused on whether the value of the items stolen were less than or more than $950, plus whether the crime took place during normal business hours. In the following case summary, the prosecution failed to present and evidence of any value of the intended trade-in defendant sought with the victim store, so there was no conviction for shoplifting or commercial burglary and the conviction was reversed. To read more about this case, please click on the following link – https://www.greghillassociates.com/commercial-burglary-versus-shoplifting-and-prop-47.html.

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