If you have a previous conviction for Grand Larceny in the Third Degree and are arrested for stealing any amount of money from an automated teller machine (ATM), or of stealing the machine itself, you can be charged with the C felony Aggravated Grand Larceny of an Automated Teller Machine (NY PL 155.43).
If convicted, you’ll face up to 15 years, and as a predicate felon, you should expect that the judge won’t go easy on you.
Your best option when charged with something as serious as Aggravated Grand Larceny of an Automated Teller Machine is to fight back.
The attorneys at Friedman & Ranzenhofer have helped protect the rights and freedom of people in Buffalo since 1955.
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