petit larceny


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Synonyms for petit larceny

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

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Petit larceny, she explained, gets you jail time up to a year, while grand larceny can go up to seven years.
Interestingly, a literal reading of CPL sections 160.58 and 410.90(3) would seem to allow the conditional sealing of a felony grand larceny conviction but not provide the same sealing for the conviction of misdemeanor petit larceny.
The girls were arrested on charges of petit larceny and criminal possession of stolen property, police said.
It keeps track of three categories of crime that it deems "minor." They are petit larceny, misdemeanor assault, and misdemeanor sex crimes.)
He was charged on trespassing and petit larceny charges.
In Nassau County, just east of New York, he pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct in 1990, driving while intoxicated in 1992 and attempted petit larceny in 1993, authorities said.
Former home health aides George Babuadze, Raisa Haypapeyan, Rima Petrosyan, Julieta Sephashvili, Elvira Bruce, and Sahakanush Yuzbashyan each pleaded guilty to petit larceny, an A Misdemeanor, and will pay restitution ranging from $3,000 to $5,000.
Nonserious crimes included offenses such as petit larceny, drug possession, truancy, disturbing school, etc.
The man, who was not a university student, is expected to face misdemeanour charges of reckless endangerment, petit larceny and reckless driving, as well as numerous traffic infractions, according to Seattlepi.com.
This section was previously derived from older incarnations such as the felony petit larceny statute.
Two defendants charged with petit larceny sought federal habeas corpus relief challenging a condition of their bail under which they were required to enroll in, and complete, a one-day "Stoplift" remediation and education program.
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