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    Default First Offense Third Degree Retail Fraud with No Arrest

    My question involves criminal law for the state of: Michigan

    I got caught shoplifting $7(a pop and lip gloss) worth of items at Meijer about a month ago. I was leaving the store and was brought back in. The police weren't notified and my fingerprints weren't taken.
    I mailed the fine of $70(10x the amount attempted to steal) and was wondering what is going to happen next.
    The Loss Preventon people told me that I would have to wait 60 days. They have my information in their computer. This is my first offense and I realize how stupid it was. Does anyone know if I'm going to have to go to court? Do I need to get a lawyer? Will this be on my actual record or just on a "retail record"? Should I contact Meijer?

    Thank you so much!!

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    Default Re: First Offense Third Degree Retail Fraud with No Arrest

    Don't start more than one thread. You list an actual charge in this thread title. Were you charged or did you look up what you are likely to be charged with?

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