What do charges for giving false ownership information to a pawn broker fall under? 2 Answers as of July 04, 2013

My son has a job that requires a level 2 back ground, and pass a good moral conduct. He is not being charged with dealing in stolen items. His charges read false owner info to a pawn broker. What statue if any does this fall under? If he gets withhold adjudication level 2 back ground considers this guilty, even though not convicted.

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Pontrello Law
Pontrello Law | William Pontrello
That's dishonesty that may be a problem. Its the employers call, withhold or not.
Answer Applies to: Florida
Replied: 7/4/2013
Michael D. Fluke, P.A.
Michael D. Fluke, P.A. | Michael D. Fluke
Fla. Stat. 539.001 is the Florida Pawnbroking act. Receiving less than $300.00 is a third degree felony and over $300.00 is a second degree felony. If your son has no prior record and defense at trial seems unlikely, he may want to consider Pre-Trial Intervention.
Answer Applies to: Florida
Replied: 7/7/2011
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