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    They gave us this case and wanted opinions on it...

    A young person tried to steal at a local shop. This took place in the UK. That person was caught and confessed their crime to security but was only charged a fine. The police was not called. That person also stole goods from other shops but was not caught. What should they do? And what happens next?

    Oh and theres more to the case study but that will come as a discussion starts.. obviously.
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    I would advise the person to forget about it and speak to a solicitor if the police become involved. At this point they wouldn't be in any legal trouble so there's nothing to really advise on


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    I would advise them to forget about it also. If they have not been caught, there is no point handing yourself in for a crime which hasn't harmed anybody and for which you've already been punished for.
 
 
 
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