CRIMINAL MISCHIEF CHARGES
In order to prove the crime of criminal mischief, the State must prove beyond a reasonable doubt:
1. The Defendant injured or damaged property.
2. The Property injured or damaged belonged to the alleged victim.
3. The injury or damage was done willfully or maliciously.
Relative degrees of criminal mischief are dependent on whether the damage to the property done was greater than $200 but less than $1,000 or was greater than $1,000. Criminal mischief is addressed in Section 806.13, Florida Statutes.
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