Charged with Grand Theft in Nassau County?
Long Island Theft Crime Attorney
If you are facing a criminal charge of grand theft, you should not hesitate to build a powerful defense to protect your freedom and future. You have rights under the U.S. Constitution that deserve to be protected. At
Grand theft is one of several theft crimes and involves stealing money, property or assets from another that has a value of more than $1000. Penalties for grand theft, or grand larceny, in New York are harsh; you will need a knowledgeable
Long Island criminal defense lawyer to represent you if you are accused of this crime.
Why Choose Prime & O'Brien, LLP?
Searching for a lawyer for your grand theft case in Long Island? Our firm, Prime & O'Brien, LLP takes great pride in our effective and professional approach to defending clients charged with grand theft and other offenses.
Dennis O'Brien and Geoffrey Prime, the founding members of the firm, and their staff have nearly 20 years of experience to bring to the table, and an uncommon level of insight into the criminal justice system, and how to seek out any advantage for clients.
Have you been charged with grand theft in Long Island?
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Four Degrees of Grand Theft
Grand theft has four degrees of charges:
Fourth Degree Grand Theft – This is a class E felony, the least severe charge. The theft involves a value of $1000 to $2999. Sentencing can be up to 4 years in prison.
Third Degree Grand Theft – This is a class D felony involving theft valued over $3000. Sentences can be up to 7 years in prison.
Second Degree Grand Theft – This is a class C felony involving theft valued at $50,000 to $999,999. Sentences can be up to 15 years in prison.
First Degree Grand Theft – This is a class B felony involving theft valued at $1,000,000 or more, and sentences up to 25 years in prison.
Aggressive Representation for Grand Theft Charges in Long Island
Our firm does whatever it takes to fully ascertain the facts surrounding the alleged crime. We take advantage of any weak points in the prosecution's case, aggressively forging a defense that could result in a dismissal, a downgrade of charges, minimized penalties, or achieve an acquittal. Contact our firm today to discuss your case.