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 Habitation – something designed to sleep in  Building – any structure or enclosure intended for use  Vehicle – a device used to move people or property.

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2  Habitation – something designed to sleep in  Building – any structure or enclosure intended for use  Vehicle – a device used to move people or property  Property – something owned Copyright Texas Education Agency (TEA) 2

3 Arson When a person starts a fire with intent to destroy or damage 1. Vegetation, fence, open-spaced land 2. Any building, habitation, or vehicle Copyright Texas Education Agency (TEA) 3

4 Punishment  2 nd Degree Felony  1 st Degree Felony bodily injury or death property damaged  habitation  place of worship Copyright Texas Education Agency (TEA) 4

5 Criminal Mischief When a person intentionally damages the physical property of another Examples: theft and graffiti Copyright Texas Education Agency (TEA) 5

6 Punishment Depends on what was damaged and how much it will cost to fix it  Class A, B, or C Misdemeanor  State Jail Felony  1 st, 2 nd, or 3 rd Degree Felony Copyright Texas Education Agency (TEA) 6

7 Reckless Damage When a person recklessly damages or destroys property of an owner Punishment Class C Misdemeanor Copyright Texas Education Agency (TEA) 7

8 Graffiti When a person marks on someone else’s property Copyright Texas Education Agency (TEA) 8

9 Punishment  Same as Criminal Mischief  Class B Misdemeanor (under $500) or  State Jail Felony (under $20,000) and is done to a School Institution of higher education Place of worship or human burial Public monument Community center Copyright Texas Education Agency (TEA) 9

10 Theft When a person appropriates (takes) property  without the owner's consent  knowing (or believing) it’s stolen Copyright Texas Education Agency (TEA) 10

11 Punishment  Same as criminal mischief  Class B Misdemeanor  State Jail Felony  Third Degree Felony  Punishment is one degree higher if  the actor was a public servant  the property owner is elderly  Civil situation – the owner must send a letter Copyright Texas Education Agency (TEA) 11

12 Theft of Service Similar to theft, but it involves a service, like eating in a restaurant Punishment Class B Misdemeanor (begins at $20) Copyright Texas Education Agency (TEA) 12

13 Unauthorized Use of a Motor Vehicle When a person operates another's vehicle without their consent Punishment State Jail Felony Copyright Texas Education Agency (TEA) 13

14 Forgery When a person fakes a document with dishonest or harmful intent Punishment  State Jail Felony  3 rd Degree Felony (if it’s money) Copyright Texas Education Agency (TEA) 14

15 Credit/Debit Card Abuse When a person uses someone else's card without ever having had their consent Punishment State Jail Felony Copyright Texas Education Agency (TEA) 15

16 Burglary  When a person enters a habitation without consent:  Not then open to the public  With intent to commit a felony, theft, or assault  When a person remains concealed with intent to commit a felony, theft, or assault  When a person commits a felony, theft or assault when in the location Copyright Texas Education Agency (TEA) 16

17 Enter means to intrude: 1. Any part of the body 2. An object connected with the body Punishment  State Jail Felony  2 nd Degree Felony (habitation) Copyright Texas Education Agency (TEA) 17

18 Burglary of a Coin-Operated Machine When a person breaks into a coin- operated machine Punishment Class A Misdemeanor Copyright Texas Education Agency (TEA) 18

19 Burglary of a Vehicle (BMV or BOV) ‏ When a person breaks into or enters a vehicle with criminal intent Punishment Class A Misdemeanor Copyright Texas Education Agency (TEA) 19

20 Fraudulent Removal When a person destroys or removes a writing with intent to defraud or harm Punishment Class A Misdemeanor Copyright Texas Education Agency (TEA) 20

21 Criminal Trespass When a person enters or remains on another's property without consent and  knew entry was forbidden  was told to leave but did not Punishment  Class B Misdemeanor  Class A Misdemeanor (habitation) Copyright Texas Education Agency (TEA) 21

22 Robbery When a person, in the course of committing theft  causes bodily injury to another  places another in fear of bodily injury or death Punishment 2 nd Degree Felony Copyright Texas Education Agency (TEA) 22

23 Aggravated Robbery When a person commits robbery and  causes SBI to another  uses or exhibits a deadly weapon  the victim is elderly or disabled Punishment 1 st Degree Felony Copyright Texas Education Agency (TEA) 23

24 Texas Penal Code: Copyright Texas Education Agency (TEA) 24


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