If you’ve been accused of stealing something that is valued at more than $650, you will likely be facing grand larceny charges in New Hampshire.
It is, quite simply, the intentional act of stealing property of any kind from another.
If you are facing these charges, you will want to get into contact with Michael Anzalone, who is a criminal defense attorney in Nashua, New Hampshire.
You will want a lawyer who is well-versed in the state’s laws and at The Anzalone Law Firm, we can meet that need.
You need a criminal defense attorney who is well-versed in the state’s laws and the judicial system.
Larceny is, again, the taking of someone’s property without having their permission to take it, or even if you took the property through fraudulent means.
There are two categories of larceny: grand larceny or grand theft and petty theft, which is a misdemeanor. This would fall under the guise of something like shoplifting. Grand Larceny can come with huge fines and harsh penalties, depending on what you are accused by authorities of doing.
If you are arrested on a grand larceny charge, it is very important for you to speak with a lawyer before you talk to law enforcement officers or detectives about your case. Don’t let them fool you into talking to them. You want to be careful because anything you say can harm your case. But, you can rest assured that with trusted lawyer Michael Anazalone on your side, your best interests will always be a top priority.What are the Penalties?
Under New Hampshire statutes RSA 637 a grand larceny charge can bring a prison sentence of between 7 ½ to 15 years in prison. This is a serious charge. You may, if convicted, also be fined up to $4,000.
To fight these charges, your lawyer will want to talk with you about the allegations. You will need to be honest with him. And he will help determine whether your case should be heard before a judge and jury. Or he may recommend that it would be best for you to take a plea deal of some kind.
At The Anzalone Law Firm, our goal is to help you get the best possible outcome from the judicial system.
We want you to understand that an arrest on any kind of charge can wreck your life. After an arrest _ even before a conviction _ your reputation could be tarnished. It is very possible that you will lose your job and any potential jobs in the future. And this may bring tremendous embarrassment to your family.
Our legal associates are willing and able to help you get out of a messy legal situation. We are well-positioned the fight for your rights.
The best advice we can offer you is to understand the seriousness of your situation and contact Michael Anzalone at 603.548.3797 to get a free consultation. He will tell you if he thinks we can help you get back on your feet.