(Quoted from Wikipedia) Larceny laws in the United States have their roots in common law, pursuant to which larceny involves the trespassory taking (caption) and carrying away (asportation, removal) of the tangible personal property of another with the intent to permanently deprive the owner of its possession. Larceny is now codified as a statutory crime in all U.S. jurisdictions. Under many states’ larceny statutes, including California, larceny can include the taking of “money, labor, or real or personal property.”
The level of charges are determined by the property value and other circumstances. Charges varies from Class A Misdemeanor to Class B Felony. If you or your loved one were arrested due to larceny, you will need a skilled professional attorney to help you in defending of your case. Please contact us @ 718 337 8012 for free consultation or schedule an in-person appointment with our experienced attorney.
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