Shoplifting by Ringing Up a False Price

The crime of Shoplifting by Ringing Up a False Price is the intentionally recording of a value for retail merchandise which is less than its actual retail value, with the intention of depriving the merchant of its full retain value.

In order to be convicted of the crime of Shoplifting by Ringing Up a False Price, the prosecutor must prove, beyond a reasonable doubt:
  1. That the defendant intentionally rang up or recorded a price for merchandise;
  2. That the price rung up was less than the actual retail price;
  3. That the defendant knew that the price rung up was less than the actual retail price; and
  4. That the defendant acted with the intent to deprive the merchant of the full price.
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