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Larceny Offenses in New York

Westchester Theft Crime Attorney

Larceny crimes range from relatively minor to extremely serious criminal offenses, and are related to misappropriating or stealing another's property or money. Depending on the case, a larceny crime may also be classified as a violent crime or may be considered an economic or white collar crime. The manner in which the offense is carried out as well as the value of the property involved will affect the severity and type of criminal charges that one may face. These crimes range from petit larceny (petty larceny) to grand larceny in the first degree, along with many types of fraud and theft of services.

Robert Schuster is a highly experienced and dedicated Westchester criminal defense attorney who is also a former prosecutor. With his familiarity with both sides of the criminal process in Westchester County, Robert Schuster is able to provide the level of legal counsel necessary in the face of both misdemeanor and felony theft crime charges. Additionally, Mr. Schuster offers a complimentary telephone consultation to discuss your particular case and how he can help you.

Larceny & New York State Law

New York state law outlines larceny offenses as well as the penalties you can expect in the event that you are convicted. Don't settle for a conviction, however, when you can aggressively combat your charges. Robert Schuster has helped many clients fight charges including:

  • Robbery
  • Armed robbery
  • Shoplifting
  • Petit larceny (also known as petty larceny)
  • Grand larceny
  • Carjacking
  • Unauthorized use of a motor vehicle
  • Theft of services
  • Embezzlement
  • Identity theft
  • Fraud

Even if law enforcement has compiled an extensive amount of evidence against you (stolen property, video surveillance, etc.) there are still ways that a competent lawyer can work to defend you against a theft conviction. At times, law enforcement errors and violations of the suspect's rights may be uncovered by a highly trained lawyer, and this can make all the difference in your case. Make sure you have a highly experienced lawyer to help you obtain the best possible result. Get in touch with the firm for your free initial consultation.