Penalty for Petty Larceny?

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Petty larceny is also known as petty theft. The penalty to this offense include imprisonment or jail time, fines, and/or community service. It also may also include probation or diversion program for first time offenders. The judge may also ask for a reimbursement of the dollar value of the stolen property.
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Mike, I picked your question out of the Question Pool. You have to understand that there are fifty states and each state has its own laws and its own maximum/minimum penalties for
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Pettit Larceny in New York is a misdemeanor under $1000. This is
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Petty larceny is the theft of someones property in the amount or value of under $500. It is also considered a misdemeanor that is punishable with jail time.
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Never discuss facts in public. Municipal ordinances may have different punishments; however, the state stealing charge for under 500 dollars is up to a year in jail and/or 1,000 fine
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Petty larceny is the stealing or taking of something with little value. Usually, anything under $500 is considered Petty larceny and is a crime. ...
Petty larceny is the theft of someones property in the amount or value of under $500. It is also considered a misdemeanor that is punishable with jail time. ...
Petty larceny is the theft of someones property in the amount or value of under $500. It is also considered a misdemeanor that is punishable with jail time. ...
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