Trafficking in Stolen Property
TRAFFICKING IN STOLEN PROPERTY CHARGES
The offense of dealing in stolen property must be proven beyond a reasonable doubt by the following elements:
1. The Defendant trafficked in or endeavored to traffic in alleged property.
2. The Defendant knew or should have known that the alleged property was stolen.
Numerous specified inferences defined by Statute give rise for purposes of proof that the person in possession of the property knew or should have known that the property had been stolen. Section 812.019, Florida Statutes, addresses the offense of dealing in stolen property.
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