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Valerie Catt Joglar

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Petit Larceny Law Awareness, Shoplifting/Theft Prevention Education Including NSF Check Fraud (Bad Check)

This course dives into the facts about Petit Larceny Law and theft and also includes NSF Check Fraud. Also covered: behavior modification and how the conscious, subconscious and superconscious mind work together to create lasting behavior change.

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    Chapter 1: Petit Larceny/Shoplifting, NSF Check Fraud Awareness, Theft Prevention

    • How much is your life worth? How much would you have to steal to finally feel satisfied or to make life fair? You CAN live the life you want to live. Shoplifting is living in lack consciousness and you can change that.

    • Larceny is defined in Virginia as the wrongful taking of the goods of another without the owner's consent and with the intention to permanently deprive the owner of possession of the goods. The most common type of petit larceny is basic shoplifting.

    • When shoplifting is prosecuted in New York State, it is usually written up as a violation of the statue for “Petit Larceny,” or “PL 155.25.” Petit Larceny is a misdemeanor in The State of New York and is punishable by up to one year in jail.

    • Nevada law defines petit larceny as the intentional taking of another person’s property (without permission) when the value of the items is less than $1,200.00. If the stolen property is valued at $1,200.00 or more, the offense would be grand larceny.

    • (04:06) Self-Checkout Lane Shoplifting / Petit Theft by Law Office of John Guidry, P.A.

    • (02:53) Why Mom Of Four Says She Can’t Stop Shoplifting by Dr. Phil Channel

    • (03:00) When Stealing is an Addiction (Mental Health Guru) by Healthguru

    • (05:55) Shoplifting Addiction and Kleptomania cs and Shoplifters Anonymous on Oprah with Terrence Shulman by TheShulmanCenter

    • (02:14) Curing Kleptomania by University of Minnesota

    • (01:22) Terrence Shulman interviewed on Entertainment Tonight (ET) about Lindsa Lohan's shoplifting arrest by TheShulmanCenter

    • (03:02) Kleptomania: Understanding the mental disorder by KRIS 6 News

    • (13:07) Shoplifting Addiction and Kleptomaniacs and Shoplifters Anonymous--featuring Terrence Shulman by TheShulmanCenter

    • What Is a Bad Check? A bad check refers to a check that cannot be negotiated because it is drawn on a nonexistent account or one that has insufficient funds. Writing a bad check, also known as a hot check, is illegal.

    • National Check Fraud Center Bad Check Laws by States: Bad checks, also known as NSF checks, bounced checks, rubber checks, insufficient checks, bogus checks, etc., can be a big problem for an individual or for any size company.

    • (02:39) What can get you arrested for "check fraud"? (Penal Code 476) by Shouse Law Group Channel

    • (09:18) A Simple Japanese Money Trick to Become 35% Richer by BRIGHT SIDE Channel

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    Chapter 2: Behavior Modification and Impulse Control- Understanding the Dynamics of the Conscious & Subconscious Mind

    • What is an addiction? What is the difference between addiction and a bad habit? What happens in the brain of an addict? What is involved in healing the addicted brain and the addicted person?

    • If your brain strengthens the connections that allow this rewarding behavior to occur (such stealing something and feeling a rush of excitement and pleasure), then it will be easier for you to do next time.

    • Lack Consciousness is the misconception that the universe is limited. Most people live with this feeling in some form. Some experience it with money. Some with food. Others with love but it can affect anything.

    • If you put a frog in a pot of cool water and you heat the water gradually to boiling, the frog will stay in the water and die. It doesn’t react because of the gradual change to the water’s temperature. Get out now while the water is still warm.

    • The biggest difference between stealing and kleptomania is that kleptomania is a mental health disorder. Stealing is conscious, planned and an organized crime to gain monetary or material possessions. Kleptomania is impulsive and not for financial gain.

    • (17:07) Understanding the Unconscious, Subconscious and Conscious Mind by Conscious Reality Creator

    • (07:09)Conscious, Subconscious and the Unconscious Mind Crash Course by IntroBooks Education

    • (16:50) How to Recognize You're Making Decisions With Your Ego by Ralph Smart @RalphSmart.com

    • (12:55) Marcus Aurelius – How To Build Self Discipline (Stoicism) by Philosophies for Life

    • (22:09) Self Control - How To Develop Self-Control To Create An Amazing Life by Actualized.org Channel

    • QUIZ: Behavior Modification Decision Making Impulse Control

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    Chapter 3: Petit Larceny (Shoplifting/theft) and the Law

    • Petty larceny is the crime of theft of another's property or money under a statutorily defined value, in which the value is below the grand larceny limit. Some states divide larceny into the categories of felony and misdemeanor.

    • Petty theft is a specific type of theft crime that is based on the relatively low value of the stolen property. Most states will divide theft laws into two general categories: grand theft and petty theft.

    • After a conviction for larceny (also called theft, depending on the state), the trial concludes with the sentencing phase to determine penalties and conditions of the conviction. At sentencing, a number of factors come into play to determine the penalty.

    • (05:12) SHOPLIFTING COULD RUIN YOUR LIFE by cassproductions

    • (03:32) Good News for Petit Theft First Offenders by Law Office of John Guidry, P.A.

    • (04:06) Self-Checkout Lane Shoplifting / Petit Theft by Law Office of John Guidry, P.A.

    • (02:44) Shoplifting / Petit Theft Law Update 2020 by Law Office of John Guidry, P.A.

    • (02:28) Ask the Lawyer: Petty theft, larceny by WXII 12 News

    • (05:26) Criminal Attorney Explains Petty Theft or Petit Larceny Charge by Gustitis Law Channel

    • (02:31) Three things you MUST do if you get a Notice To Appear in Court for Shoplifting or Theft by

    • (03:52) Petit Larceny & Grand Larceny Laws in NY - Larceny Defense Attorney NYC by The Law Firm of Andrew M. Stengel

    • (02:44) "I was charged with petty theft/Lawyer fact" by Tiffany Simmons aka The Plugs Lawyer

    • (02:02) Former Prosecutor Explains Petty Theft - Penal Code 484, 488 by Diana Aizman

    • (09:25) Defenses to Shoplifting Charges in Arizona 13-1805 by R&R Law Group

    • (09:12) How to Write a Letter to a Judge for Sentencing by R&R Law Group

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    Chapter 4: Behavior Modification and Decision Making

    • Successful people make decisions quickly (as soon as all the facts are available) and change them very slowly (if ever). Unsuccessful people make decisions very slowly, and change them often and quickly. Napoleon Hill

    • "Ask any well informed salesman and he will tell you that indecision is the outstanding weakness of the majority of people." Napoleon Hill

    • (22:59) HOW TO MAKE GREAT DECISIONS IN LIFE - Bob Proctor On Decision-Making & Success by Prosperity Principles

    • (15:06) How to Cope With Anxiety | Ralph Smart @RalphSmart.com

    • (12:55) Marcus Aurelius – How To Build Self Discipline (Stoicism) by Philosophies for Life

    • (44:13) Decision Making: The Challenges Of Making Bold Life Changes by Actualized.org Channel

    • CH 4 QUIZ: EQ (EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE)