Grand Larceny Attorney
A person commits grand larceny if the person; 1. Intentionally steals, takes and carries away, leads away or drives away; (a) Personal goods or property, with a value of $650.00 or more, owned by another person; (b) Bedding, furniture or other property, with a value of $650.00 or more, which the person, as a lodger, is to use in or with his or her lodging and which is owned by another person; or (c) Real property, with a value of $650.00 or more, that the person has converted into personal property by severing it from real property owned by another person. 2. Uses a card or other device for automatically withdrawing or transferring money in a financial institution to obtain intentionally money to which the person knows he or she is not entitled. If the value of the money taken in the grand larceny is less than $3500.00, the person is guilty of a category C felony and results in a sentence from 1-5 years in prison and a fine up to $5,000.00. If the value of the money is over $3500.00 the person is guilty of a category B felony and results in a sentence from 1-10 years in prison and a fine up to $10,000.00. Grand Larceny is a probationable offense.
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