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Criminal – Larceny – Property Value (access required)

A defendant’s challenge to his conviction for grand larceny is rejected because the record reflects that on this particular count, defendant in fact was convicted of petit larceny, so his claim the stolen property did not meet the $200 threshold for grand larceny is “self-defeating,” the Court of Appeals says. Petit larceny conviction affirmed. Valentine v. Commonwealth ...

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