Massachusetts Common Thief Law
A larceny is defined as a criminal taking of another person’s property with the intent to deprive the owner of the property permanently. If you are convicted as a common thief, you could face up to 20 years of state prison. The indictments do not need to provide you with notice of the enhanced penalty that you may face. However, the state needs to make you aware of the sentencing enhancement during a guilty plea.
If you are charged with being a common thief, you are facing serious potential penalties. It is important that you have an experienced lawyer on your side.
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