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Comparing Various Forms Of Robbery In Delaware

By Michael W. Modica |

In layman’s terms, theft is taking something that belongs to someone else and misappropriating it for your own use. However, people often lump together many related offenses, such as robbery, shoplifting, and burglary, when they are actually very different. Taking the basic crime of robbery in Delaware, there are two elements the prosecutor must… Read More »


Tips If You Were Arrested For Theft In Delaware

By Michael W. Modica |

Being arrested for theft can be overwhelming and confusing, and you are probably aware that you are facing serious criminal charges. The Delaware criminal code defines theft as taking, exercising control over, or otherwise misappropriating property with the intent to permanently deprive its rightful owner of use. At the low end, theft is a… Read More »


Key Evidence To Defend Theft Crimes In Delaware

By Michael W. Modica |

The basics of any criminal case boil down to evidence, whether it is the proof the prosecutor must present to get a conviction or the information a defendant can use to fight the charges. When it comes to theft charges, the prosecution’s focus will be on the essential elements listed in Delaware theft statutes…. Read More »


Burglary at Wilmington, DE Assisted Living Facility Could Lead to Theft Charges

By Michael W. Modica |

Delaware State Police continue their investigation into allegations regarding a man who robbed several residents of an assisted living facility in Wilmington, DE on the afternoon of July 1, 2017. According to online news source Delaware Online, the man entered the center behind a woman who was legally accessing the building with her key;… Read More »

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