What is aggravated theft in the first degree?

Aggravated theft during the first degree, a type B felony, carries a penalty of up to ten years in jail as well as a $250,000 penalty. Furthermore, if the theft victim was 65 years and older, just at the date of the crime, the judge must sentence the criminal to sixteen to forty five months in jail. The gravity of the repercussions matches the gravity of the deed. When a defendant is found guilty, they are generally punished to at least one year in jail and penalties and a lifelong criminal record.