Grand Larceny in the Second Degree (NY PL 155.40) is charged by Buffalo prosecutors in a few different circumstances.
First, if you steal property whose value exceeds $50,000, you’ll be charged under the statute.
Second, if you extort the property you steal, regardless of its value, by threatening to harm someone, by threatening to damage property, or, if you are a public servant, by threatening to conduct your official duties in such a way as to harm your victim or someone else.
Grand Larceny in the Second Degree is a class C Felony that can put you in prison for up to 15 years, and leave you with a felony record you’ll never be able to escape from.
You have to fight back when charged with a crime this serious.
The attorneys at Friedman & Ranzenhofer can help.
If you need help with Grand Larceny in the Second Degree charges, call us today at 585-484-7432 and speak to an experienced Buffalo criminal defense attorney for free.