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What you are still missing, Harold, is that in the OP's state the prosecutor is allowed to use the fact that the items did not scan as intent. He does not have to prove what was in the OP's mind; he...
Outside of "my client is a lunkhead who doesn't have the ability to count that God gave the average four year old and who is too stupid to compare what is on the receipt with what is in his basket...
South Carolina law allows the prosecutor to infer intent by behavior, however.
Don't take my word for it. Look it up. That's what I did.