Question: What property crimes are considered felonies under Wisconsin law?

Answer: Generally speaking, if the amount of money, either damaged or stolen, is over a certain level, it’s going to be termed a felony. There are also other factors that can increase what would otherwise be a misdemeanor to a felony: if there’s a theft of identification of a person of some kind; forgery, even if it’s a lesser amount, those are generally considered to be felony level. With straight theft or damage to property, if the value is over $2,500, it is usually considered to be a felony.

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