Grand larceny in the second degree for stealing over $50,000 resolved with no jail, no felony conviction


Our client was investigated at work for transactions that seemed to be improper. The value of these transactions in total exceeded $50,000. Before our client contact us, our client gave a partial confession and was arrested along with alleged co-conspirators at a later time. Charged with grand larceny in the second degree, pl 155.40 and facing up to 15 years in jail, our client contact us for help. We reviewed the evidence which included video surveillance footage and financial records and were able to see a case for arguing that our client was not the most responsible for what had occurred. In negotiations with the prosecutor, we worked out a deal where our client would not go to jail, not receive probation, and not end up with a felony conviction. Instead, our client only had to plead guilty to a single misdemeanor charge and complete community service.

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