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Criminal – Grand Larceny – Two Thefts – Single Intent (access required)

The fact finder could conclude that defendant acted under a single intent when he first shoplifted a boy’s blazer from a Nordstrom’s department store, then returned 20 minutes later and shoplifted a pair of pants, and the Court of Appeals affirms his conviction of grand larceny. Virginia cases show that a single larceny may occur over ...

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