In order for Mary to be charged with Theft or Larceny should would be required to take the watch would have to have been taken with the intent of permanently relieving the legal owner of the item. Nothing in the information we have suggest she intended on keeping the item for good. Robbery wouldn’t apply because no threat or force was used to take the watch from the customer (Allison, 2012). Embezzlement on the other hand could possibly apply here. She obtained the watch under fraudulent means. The customer trusted her to fix the watch but she accepted the item knowing she’d be unable to fix it. It would be nearly impossible to prove this because there is no way to prove she knowingly accepted the watch and that she knew she’d be unable to fix it.

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