Grand Larceny 2nd Degree Penalties – New York

15 years1 year155.40C Felony
  • The minimum penalty is 1 year
  • Probation for 3 to 5 years is possible
  • Conditional / Unconditional discharge is possible
  • Fine up to $5,000 or double the gain from the crime
  • $300 surcharge, $25 crime victim fee
  • Restitution or reparation
  • Permanent record
  • Felony conviction
  • Possible employment, immigration, and other consequences

Grand Larceny in the second degree is one of the most serous types of grand larceny that is charged in State court.  This is because if your case was more serious, it would probably be a federal case and handled in federal court and not state court.  Because of the severity, a prison sentence is a very real danger. The technical sentencing is indeterminate meaning that you must do a range, not a specific amount of years. The minimum is 1 to 3 years, the maximum is 5 to 15 years.The maximum penalty is 15 years in prison

Often charged when

  • The value of the theft is over $50,000