Can someone be convicted of theft if there is no evidence of them having the stolen item?
My daughter was seen on tape coming out of the girls locker room at the time an iphone was stolen. She does not have the phone, nor does she know who has it. They are trying to charge her with the crime because they saw her leaving the locker room at the time of the crime. If they have no evidence of the phone being in her possession, is there any way they can convict her?
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