The crime of Larceny was developed to punish criminals for property theft. Generally, larceny refers to a non-violent theft of property. You need to be aware that even if there is no violence, a charge of Larceny over $250 is a felony in Massachusetts. There are many statutes which define certain acts as larceny such as the crime of false pretenses relating to contracts, banking transactions, or other credit related issues. Larceny and theft are distinct from Burglary which is committed when a person trespasses into a dwelling or other building with the intent to commit a crime. Burglary does not necessarily consist of the taking of property but the intent to steal property. Larceny is also different from shoplifting which involves the theft of property from a place of business. At Condon Legal, we will examine all the evidence of your case and build a strategic argument on your behalf.
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