grand larceny

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Synonyms for grand larceny

larceny of property having a value greater than some amount (the amount varies by locale)

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Croman was also fined $5 million in a plea deal that saw him admit to third-degree grand larceny, first-degree falsifying business records and fourth-degree criminal tax fraud.
An individual accused of a theft crime in New York such as Embezzlement, Extortion, Shoplifting, Mortgage Fraud, Criminal Possession of Stolen Property or Grand Larceny can face one or a combination of prison, jail, probation, community service or a fine," the firm wrote on its website.
Abrams said Kayo faces three counts of a Class C charge of grand larceny that carry a maximum sentence of 15 years in prison.
They are murder, rape, robbery, felony assault, burglary, grand larceny, and grand larceny auto.
Lear was charged with grand larceny and falsifying business records.
Moving swiftly on but in the same rail mode, this column can claim to have been the victim of grand larceny or at least a little plagiarism.
Thomas Parkin, 51, was convicted in Brooklyn of grand larceny, forgery and perjury.
Hosseinkhani was arrested in November on grand larceny and burglary charges.
But instead, he fled to Hong Kong, where authorities arrested him on charges of first-degree grand larceny.
New reports suggest that officers will be arrested next week on charges including obstruction, perjury, bribery, rewarding official misconduct, and grand larceny.
Godsell Construction was charged with grand larceny as were JT Roselle Lighting, Liberty Contracting, PJ Mechanical, Superior Acoustics and Sweeney & Harkin Carpentry.
Violation of the criminal statute is considered grand larceny and carries a maximum sentence of 20 years, with a fine of up to $2,500.
Summary: US boxing champion Floyd Mayweather Jr has been arrested in Las Vegas on suspicion of grand larceny and domestic battery.
Act Federal * 14 M White Sodomy Arkansas 14 M White Burglary and Grand Larceny Arkansas 14 M Negro Grand Larceny Arkansas 13 M Negro Grand Larceny Arkansas 14 M White Forgery Arkansas 12 M Negro Rape Arkansas * 13 M Negro Forgery and Uttering Arkansas * 14 M Negro Burglary and Grand Larceny Florida 13 M Negro Manslaughter Florida 14 M Negro Breaking and Entering Florida * 12 F White Breaking and Entering Florida * 14 M Negro Murder, 1st Degree Illinois * 14 M White Murder Indiana 14 M White Taking Vehicle Indiana 14 M White Taking Vehicle Indiana 14 M White Grand Larceny Iowa * 14 M White Murder, 2nd Degree Kentucky * 14 F Negro Manslaughter Louisiana 13 M Negro Murder Maryland * 14 M Negro Murder, 1st Degree Michigan 14 M White Unlawful driving away auto.
Robert Joel Halderman, a former producer for the CBS news program "48 Hours Mystery," reached a deal with prosecutors in which he pleaded guilty to attempted grand larceny in exchange for serving six months in jail, performing 1,000 hours of community service and giving up his right to appeal.