A vulnerable adult is defined as someone who is not equipped with the physical or mental ability to provide for his or her own daily needs. Vulnerable adults have some form of mental or physical incapacity. Anyone who willfully and knowingly deceives, intimidates, or unduly influences a vulnerable adult as a means of obtaining property belonging to the deceived person. If the value of the property wrongfully obtained is $500 or more, you may be charged with a felony and sentenced to up to $10,000 in fines, up to 15 years in prison, or both. If the value of the property wrongly obtained is less than $500, you may be charged with a misdemeanor and sentenced up to $500 in fines, 18 months in prison, or both. In addition to either of the above sentences, you may also be required to pay restitution to the vulnerable adult.