Buffalo Grand Larceny Attorney
Under New York law, grand larceny is a felony. A conviction can lead to possible jail or prison time, fines and probation. If you are convicted of grand larceny, or any type of theft conviction for that matter, it will be very hard to find or keep a job. If you face these types of legal and personal consequences, you must have an attorney on your side who knows how to fight these charges. Buffalo grand larceny attorney John Carney, of the Law Offices of John J. Carney, has devoted his career to protecting the constitutional rights of people accused of all types of crimes, including grand larceny. Over his career he has successfully defended thousands of people facing some of the most serious crimes. Our law firm is ready to take effective, decisive action in your defense.
Call 855-237-1931 to speak to a lawyer anytime, day or night. We are available to talk to you about your case and go to court if necessary. We charge flat fees in most of our cases, starting as low as $500. Feel free to compare our fees with other lawyers.Niagara Falls Criminal Defense Attorneys Defending Grand Larceny and Theft Charges
There are many different types of grand larceny, as seen below:
- Grand larceny in the fourth degree is a Class E felony, involving the theft of property more than $1,000.
- Grand larceny in the third degree is a Class D felony, involving the theft of property valued at more than $3,000. This can also be charged when someone steals from an ATM.
- Grand larceny in the second degree is a Class C felony, involving the theft of property valued at more than $50,000. Second-degree grand larceny can also be charged when someone steals something through extortion, via threats or by abusing public office.
- Grand larceny in the first degree is a Class B felony, involving the theft of property valued at more than $1 million.
We devote all of our attention and energy to defending people who face criminal charges. John Carney is recognized for his substantial knowledge in the area of criminal law, and has instructed people on this topic for more than two decades. Therefore, we are always current on the law and the best strategies to defend you. In many larceny cases there are legitimate questions as to the value of the goods allegedly taken. It may be possible to seek a reduced charge to petty larceny. If we have to take your case to trial, we are prepared to try cases before a judge and jury. John J. Carney has tried many high-profile cases over his career, and understands how to make convincing arguments in trial.Call the Law Offices of John J. Carney Right Now
Since our initial consultation is always free and available at any time, call 855-237-1931 to speak with one of our criminal lawyers right now.