PETIT LARCENY/ SHOPLIFTING LAWYER
Larceny can have serious consequences in New York State. Put a Former Prosecutor on Your Team.
“I retained Christopher Brown for my DWI Charge in Binghamton. Chris did a great job with my case and I was able to avoid a DUI conviction.“
-Brian L., Client
Our Client's Say the Best Things
Petit Larceny Charges?
Petit Larceny is classified as Class A Misdemeanor under Penal Law under Section 155.25. Petit Larceny or “theft” “stealing” is a serious crime in New York.
♦ Petit Larceny can carry a sentence of up to 1 Year in Jail. 3 years of Probation or a combination of both.
♦ A Petit Larceny conviction will appear on your criminal record for the rest of your life.
♦ You need to avoid the pitfalls of unexperienced representation.
♦ Petit Larceny can carry a Civil Penalty. Many stores, including Wal-Mart and Target seek Civil Penalties from Shoplifters.
THESE CHARGES CAN BE BEAT
Whether you made a simple mistake or simply forgot to pay for an item…we can help you fight these charges.
…THIS IS WHERE WE CAN HELP.
We will go to court with you to negotiate a favorable resolution. In many cases, a complete dismissal of the charges is received.
CHRIS BROWN LAW
Providing Expert Legal Representation in Upstate New York
WHY SO MANY TRUST CHRIS BROWN?
- Chris Brown is a Former Prosecutor in Broome County NY. Chris has litigated hundreds of cases in almost every County in New York State.
- Chris knows the law and has the ability to fight for maximum awards by utilizing current Statutes and Caselaw.
- In the toughest of cases, Chris has gone the extra mile to obtain the great results on tough cases.
Relax. We Can Help.
Larceny convictions in New York carry harsh penalties. Here at Chris Brown Law, we utilize every defense possible to achieve the best outcome for you case.
We will go to bat for you and personally work with the Assistant District Attorney and Judge to negotiate the best plea possible.
Everyone has the right to due process and right to be heard in Court. Attorney Chris Brown has dedicated his career fighting for good people.