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Burglary & Theft
Theft can be charged as either a misdemeanor or felony in the state of Colorado, depending upon the amount alleged to have been taken. Theft charges are filed when someone embezzles money from a company, takes something out of someone’s house or car that doesn’t belong to them, or when someone refuses to pay for services rendered. Thefts are prosecuted vigorously, and usually have with them the component of restitution (the amount it would take to make someone whole). Skiers who use another person’s ski pass to try to get onto a chair lift will be charged with Theft.
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