Grand Larceny Attorney Saratoga NY
Have you been charged with Grand Larceny in New York State? Grand Larceny is considered a felony in NY, and a conviction can result in fines, restitution, probation, jail, and even prison time. Felony convictions can complicate your life long after you have served your punishment regarding employment opportunities, housing, and professional licenses. You need an aggressive criminal defense attorney to help you fight the charges to get the best possible result for your case. Criminal defense attorney Andrew DeLuca is experienced in handling theft crimes of all types, including Grand Larceny.
Contact The Law Office of Andrew DeLuca today for a free consultation. When you call, you’ll be connected directly to Mr. DeLuca himself, not a receptionist, secretary, or junior associate.
Our law firm serves clients across Upstate New York, including Albany, Amsterdam, Johnstown, Latham, Queensbury, Saratoga Springs, Schenectady, Troy, and the surrounding area.
Types of Grand Larceny Charges in New York State
Grand Larceny is a felony offense in New York State and carries the possibility of prison time. It can be charged as a class E, class D, class C or class B felony charge. The level of severity depends upon the value of the property that was stolen. Grand Larceny starts at a value of $1000 and above.
Grand Larceny in the Fourth Degree – Charged when the item’s value is between $1,000 to $3,000. A class E felony.
Grand Larceny in the Third Degree – When the item’s value is between $3,000 to $50,000. A class D felony.
Grand Larceny in the Second Degree – If the value of the item is more than $50,000 but less than 1 million. A class C felony.
Grand Larceny in the First Degree – The most severe Grand Larceny charge occurs when the value of the property is more than 1 million dollars. A class B felony.
Types of Theft Crime
The Law Office of Andrew DeLuca provides defense services against every type of theft crime. Theft crimes in New York range from misdemeanors to severe felonies. The different theft crimes under New York State law are the following:
- Petit Larceny, shoplifting items under $1,000
- Grand Larceny
- Identity theft
- Theft of services
Even if you’re charged with a less serious theft crime such as Petit Larceny, a class A Misdemeanor, you’ll want to hire legal representation as a conviction can result in jail time and probation.
Capital Region Grand Larceny Defense Attorney
Make sure that you immediately contact an experienced criminal defense attorney for a case evaluation. Saratoga Lawyer Andrew DeLuca has handled many Grand Larceny cases in the Capital District area courts and will use every option at his disposal to get your charges reduced or dismissed. The Law Office of Andrew DeLuca accepts clients from Albany County, Fulton County, Montgomery County, Rensselaer County, Schenectady County, Saratoga County, Warren County, Washington County, and the surrounding Upstate New York area.