Should I call police for minor accident?
In New South Wales, you don’t have to call the police for minor car accidents. However, in more serious situations the NSW police will report to the scene of the accident.
What is the statute of limitations for Indiana?
Like most states, Indiana has different limits for different kinds of crimes. For instance, while there is just a two-year time limit for the filing of misdemeanor charges, most felony charges have a five-year statute of limitations and there is no limit on murder charges.
Can you go to jail for debt in Indiana?
It’s not a crime to owe money, and debtors’ prisons were abolished in the United States in the 19th century. But people are routinely being thrown in jail for failing to pay debts. In Illinois and southwest Indiana, some judges jail debtors for missing court-ordered debt payments.
What is the statute of limitations on credit card debt in Indiana?
In Indiana, written contracts for money have a statute of limitations of six years. Because credit card agreements fall under this category, creditors only have six years to sue you for credit card debt you owe.
What is felony theft in Indiana?
Class A misdemeanor if the value of the property is less than $750; up to 1 yr. in jail, up to a $5,000 fine. Level 6 felony if the value of the property taken is between $750 and $50,000, or if the person has a prior conviction for theft or criminal conversion; 6 mos. to 2 1/2 yrs. in prison, up to a $10,000 fine.
Do you go to jail for first time theft?
No, you should not go to jail for a 1st offense theft. In fact, shoplifting, 1st offense has a maximum penalty of a fine of I believe $500.
How much do you have to steal for grand theft?
Laws in many states consider a theft to be grand theft when: The property taken is worth more than a minimum amount, perhaps $500-$1,000 or more. Property is taken directly from a person, but by means other than force or fear. (If force or fear were used, the crime would be robbery.)