How much jail time for grand larceny?
The answer depends on the laws in your jurisdiction, your criminal history, the details of your particular case and many other factors. Two individual committing a similar crime could end up with different sentences.
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about 3 years in jail or if u on probation about 6 years
In the state of Virginia, you can go to jail for grand larceny,even if it is your first charge. A person convicted of grandlarceny in Virginia, can receive a jail sentence of …not less thanone year and not more than 20 years.
maximum one year in jail, community service, restitution, probation
Theft of properties at or in excess of Twenty Dollars- this is mentioned in the Constitution as the sort of ( Green Line) for a jury trial! (can"t very well say red line, as o…n a speedometer). For many years, when the Gold Standard held sway, $20 was the highest denomination US coin, at face value and that might also play a role. as a memory jogger Double-X Foxx, a famous Hall of fame ball player- Jimmie (usually pronounced Jimm-EE, Double-X Foxx! XX is twenty in Roman numerals!
no if you plead guilty they will give you a year of probation under advisement meaning if you dont get any charges in tht year they will drop the felony and you are done
It's completely up to the sentencing judge. If you were on probation for petit larceny and then committed GRAND larceny (a felony crime), the judge could reasonably assume you… had not learned your lesson - revoke your petit larceny probation and send you behind bars for the remainder of the sentence - AND then - you would still face court action for the Grand Larceny. My guess is that you're looking at perhaps a year or so - at the very least, least a couple of months.
Depends on which state your in. Florida, your in very good shape. California, they will want to lock you up forever. fyi: when your in court, there is no first time off…ender. the judge will look at you, just like everyone else and know that this is the first time you got caught, not your first offense.
Unable to give answer - the bail amount is set by the judge after reviewing your past history and the serioussness of the offense.
The chances are pretty good that after 3 bites at the apple, you will go away for at least a few months this time.
Not less than one year nor more than ten years
According to South Carolina law, "SECTION 16-13-30. Petit larceny; grand larceny. (A) Simple larceny of any article of goods, choses in action, bank bills, bills receiva…ble, chattels, or other article of personalty of which by law larceny may be committed, or of any fixture, part, or product of the soil severed from the soil by an unlawful act, or has a value of two thousand dollars or less, is petit larceny, a misdemeanor, triable in the magistrates court or municipal court, notwithstanding the provisions of Sections 22-3-540, 22-3-545, 22-3-550, and 14-25-65. Upon conviction, the person must be fined not more than one thousand dollars, or imprisoned not more than thirty days. (B) Larceny of goods, chattels, instruments, or other personalty valued in excess of two thousand dollars is grand larceny. Upon conviction, the person is guilty of a felony and must be fined in the discretion of the court or imprisoned not more than: (1) five years if the value of the personalty is more than two thousand dollars but less than ten thousand dollars; (2) ten years if the value of the personalty is ten thousand dollars or more." So, If you took more than $2000 dollars but less than $10,000 you could get anything from stiff sanctions (fines) to 5 years imprisonment. If you took more than $10,000, you could get stiff sanctions (fines) or 10 years imprisonment. Another View : The above sets forth the statute governing LARCENY. However if the crime was committed by the employee by virtue of the eimployees power and position within the organization they could be charged with EMBEZZLEMENT or FORGERY (if appropriate). If the funds were held in trust or earmarked for the use of others and/or involve government funds, the charges could be even more severe.
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I want to know am i facing any jail time for first offense for grand larceny and statutory burglary?
Unable to answer. Nothing is known of the particulars of the offenses you are charged with or your past criminal history, if any, or if you are a juvenile or an adult. These t…hings can all enter into a judges sentencing decision. Since you were charged with two offenses and have no pervious record, the prosecution will probably offer to drop one of the charges in exhange for a guilty plea to the other one.
In Criminal Law
Unable to answer - insufficient information. It depends on whether it is Petit Larceny (a Misdemeanor) or Grand Larceny (a Felony) - the past record of the perpetrator - and w…hat penalty your particular state statute attaches to it.
In Criminal Law
Seeing as how apparently didn't learn your lesson the first time around - it's a good bet.
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It depends on the trial and the laws in your jurisdiction.
In Jail Incarceration
If the property they attempted to steal was a firearm, or over $250in value, the jail time is 2 to 5 years. If the property was lessthan $250, the jail time is 1 year or less.… If the person theyattempted to steal from was disabled or 60 years old or older, thejail time is 2 1/2 to 10 years for property valued over $250 and nomore than 2 1/2 years in jail if the value was less than $250.