Syracuse Larceny Defense Lawyers
Explore Your Options with Team Green Lawyers, Serving Central New York
There are a number of different criminal statutes in New York that describe larceny. If you or a loved one have been accused of one these offenses, it is advised you speak with proven defense counsel. In many cases, favorable results can be achieved with a proactive, thoughtful approach to the charges against the accused.
At Team Green Lawyers, this is precisely the approach we take with our clients. Our legal team includes various former prosecutors who know the severity of the charges leveled against our clients and how to successfully navigate them through our court system. Contact our firm today to start exploring your legal options.
Our Syracuse larceny attorneys are ready to speak with you. Call our offices at (315) 215-0517 today. We are available 24/7 and offer a free case analysis.
Larceny Charges in Central New York
Larceny is defined as the unlawful taking of someone’s property without their permission. There are two types of larceny in New York, petit larceny and grand larceny.
The difference in these larceny charges include:
- Petit larceny involves the alleged theft of property valued under $1,000. It is considered a Class A Misdemeanor.
- Grand larceny involves the alleged theft of property valued at $1,000 or more. It is considered a felony and becomes more severe with the greater value of the involved property.
Other Theft Crimes
Larceny is just one form theft can take. New York statutes define various other theft-related crimes that can yield serious penalties for the accused if a conviction is reached.
These theft-related crimes include:
- White collar crimes
No matter what the circumstances of your larceny or theft charges are, Team Green Lawyers is ready to hear your story. Our team of experienced legal advocates knows how to assess these cases and aggressively pursue the optimal outcome for our clients.
Start the process today with a free case analysis with our team. Contact our offices today to request one.