Theft – Gradation of Offenses
Theft by deception
Theft by extortion
Theft by failure to make required disposition of funds received
Theft by unlawful taking or disposition
Theft from a motor vehicle
Theft of property lost, mislaid, or delivered by mistake
Theft of services
Unauthorized use of automobiles and other vehicles
Receiving stolen property (RSP)
De minimis infractions
Ignorance or mistake
Liability of organizations and certain related persons
Limitations on scope of culpability requirements
Aggravated indecent assault
Institutional sexual assault
Involuntary deviate sexual intercourse (IDSI)
Sexual assault by sports official, volunteer or employee of nonprofit association
Statutory sexual assault
Mistake as to age
PWI (Sale or Distribution)
Charged with a DUI?
18 Pa.C.S.A. §310. Military orders.
It is a defense that the actor, in engaging in the conduct charged to constitute an offense, does no more than execute an order of his superior in the armed services which he does not know and cannot reasonably be expected to know to be unlawful.