Theft Crimes

There are several statutes under New York state law concerning the crime of theft, ranging from Petit Larceny, a Class A misdemeanor punishable by up to one year in jail, to a variety of Burglary and Robbery crimes, up to a Class B violent felony punishable by up to 25 years in prison. Some theft crimes are labeled white collar crimes, where the allegations include theft in the workplace or theft involving complex financial matters.  The seriousness of the case and charge may depend on the amount of money alleged to have been stolen and whether force or deadly force was used to take the property

There are also crimes of Grand Larceny, Fraud, Theft of Services and Forgery, which can have a wide range of punishments including probation, prison and restitution.

An experienced defense attorney can fight to defend against allegations of theft.  Contact Natasha Turner DuBois, an experienced Orange County attorney based in the Hudson Valley, to find out how she can successfully defend your theft crime case.

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