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I’m a lawyer, don’t ever use a self-checkout, you could get cited for shoplifting days or weeks after your visit English Headline


THIS Criminal defense lawyer has urged people to never use self-checkout as you could get cited for shoplifting days or weeks after your visit, even if it was an accident.

Dod Ghassemkhani has his own criminal defense frim and gives legal advice on TikTok.

This criminal defense lawyer explained why he never uses self-checkout

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This criminal defense lawyer explained why he never uses self-checkoutCredit: TikTok/dodlaw
People can get pinned with shoplifting days or weeks after they visit the store

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People can get pinned with shoplifting days or weeks after they visit the storeCredit: TikTok/dodlaw

In a recent video, Dod was asked if he uses the self-checkout line when he goes shopping.

He said: “I never use the self checkout line at any store” and then explained why it can get you in legal trouble even if you didn’t mean to do anything wrong.

“The number one way for somebody to get caught up in a shoplifting case is by using these self checkout lines,” Dod said.

“Typically what happens is most stores, Target, Walmart, you know other stores that have these self checkout lines, every few days they’re going to do an inventory check.

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“And if something is missing, what they’re gonna do is they’re gonna get their Lost Prevention Officers to go back and just review video.”

Dod explained that these large retailers have “a huge asset protection program and tons of Lost Prevention Officers – they spend hours reviewing video.”

While some customers might actually be caught trying to steal, Dod gave an example of an accidental theft that will still get the same treatment as an intentional shoplifter.

“You’re at the store, you’re with your kids, your kids are driving you crazy, you forget to scan something and you walk out of there,” he said.

“Next time you’re in the store you’re gonna get a citation for effect related offense and you might have to defense to it, but the loss prevention is not gonna hear it.

“You’re gonna have to go in front of a judge and embarrass yourself and fight the case that way.”

Dod said to just avoid self-checkout because “It’s so much easier and it’ll make your life so much easier.”

This is a typical story for Sandra Barger, a counselor in Arizona who exclusively talked to The U.S. Sun.

“I also had a business owner that swears he’s never going to shop at Walmart again.

“He spent over $2,000 buying supplies and he [missed] a block of cheese which was like a 5 or 6 dollar little block of cheese and he got a theft,” Barger told The Sun.

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In response to the claims in this interview, Walmart said: “Addressing store theft is a challenge for every retailer, including Walmart. To help, we’re continually investing in people, programs and technology for stores combating this problem.

“Should customers have questions or difficulty using our self-checkout registers, we encourage them to ask for assistance from our associates managing that area.”





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