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Petit And Grand Larceny In New York

By Mark I. Cohen, Esq. |

In New York, “larcenies” are theft-related crimes. So, that means, if you are facing a larceny charge, you are being accused of stealing property. There are two types of larcenies in New York; petit larceny and grand larceny. Petit larceny is generally less serious than grand larceny. However, even a petit larceny charge should… Read More »

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The Crime Of Embezzlement

By Mark I. Cohen, Esq. |

Many people have heard of the term “embezzlement,” but not many understand what this term means. Simply put, embezzlement is a type of grand larceny crime that involves a person stealing money they have been entrusted with. The crime of embezzlement is one of the most commonly perpetrated grand larceny crimes in the state… Read More »

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