The New York white collar criminal defense attorneys at Crotty Saland PC are pleased to announce that after months of dedication and advocacy, a client accused of felony Grand Larceny embezzlement obtained a misdemeanor without jail or probation. Prosecutors had alleged that our client embezzled in excess of $25,000.00 by skimming and pocketing transactions from his employer either by overcharging transactions and pocketing the amount or by conducting transactions for cash. If convicted of Grand Larceny in the Third Degree , pursuant to New York Penal Law 155.30, our client faced up to seven years in state prison.
While each case is unique and requires its own legal and practical assessment, Crotty Saland PC has had tremendous success and results representing clients accused of felony fraud, thefts and embezzlements. In fact, our New York white collar criminal defense lawyers have represented numerous clients accused of “White Collar Light” crimes alleging Grand Larceny, Falsifying Business Records, Forgery or related crimes ranging from less than $10,000.00 to well north of $50,000.00. Even more significant than these crimes, the criminal defense attorneys at Crotty Saland PC have successfully avoided prosecution and kept clients from jail in more serious White Collar allegations of Tax Fraud and Grand Larceny in the multiple millions of dollars.
For further information on the varying degrees and types of Grand Larceny in New York as well as other New York White Collar Crimes, please follow the highlighted links on the specified crimes above. Additional information on these and other crimes as well as recent legal decisions and newsworthy cases can be found at Crotty Saland PC’s New York Criminal Law Blog at NewYorkCriminalLawyerBlog.Com.
Crotty Saland PC is a New York White Collar criminal defense firm. Founded by two former Manhattan prosecutors, the New York white collar criminal defense attorneys at Crotty Saland PC always seek to obtain the best results for our clients and represent the accused throughout the New York City region.