Micah 2

1 This verse is directed towards people with influence (e.g., government officials, bankers, lawyers, etc.) and those who are in other ways stronger than others are. Greedy people will stay awake at night thinking up ways they can take things that belong to others for themselves. Their selfish attitude is highly displeasing to God.
2 The means of obtaining these things may be legal or illegal, but the point is that the oppressor violates at least two important rules. God demands that we have mercy on others, and for the Jews, it was against the law to permanently remove a piece of land from a family group (Num 36:7).

The word "oppress" can also be translated as "rob." The inference is that the powerful man is doing wrong.

3 All evil people endanger themselves and their families. However, even if they do not meet with the kind of disaster stated here, they will meet with disaster when they stand before God to give an account for their actions.
4 When an evil man is destroyed, those he oppressed will be happy, and many will make fun of him (this is not really a good attitude by the people, though).

The particular charge comes from Deu 19:14. The evil man had changed boundaries and had removed an inheritance from its rightful owner. The evil man is a traitor to his fellow citizens.

5 This probably refers to God's eternal kingdom. Those who have stolen property from others in this lifetime will not receive any inheritance in the Kingdom of God.