Grand Larceny in the 3rd Degree

Passion, Knowledge & Experience

When I was arrested and charged with two Misdemeanors, I was not only stunned but pretty scared too. I had never been arrested before and knew nothing of the process. Adam defended me with passion, non-judgment and thorough knowledge and experience of the law that I would have been utterly lost without. My record will be clean and I couldn't be happier. Myself, my family, friends and community are eternally grateful. THANK YOU, ADAM!! *****

Innocent and Facing Charges That Would Have Ruined My Life

"I had just recently graduated from law school and was awaiting my bar exam when I was charged with 3 class D felonies. Adam was incredibly invested and attentive from the beginning of my case. He greatly exceeded my expectations in how often he took the time to come visit me in jail with updates. He calmly talked my wife through the issues and helped her understand what was going on. Adam believed in me and took the case to jury trial in Monroe County Court. His courtroom performance was excellent, combined with a solid grasp of litigation procedures and law. The jury verdict was not guilty on the 3 counts. I WAS DISCHARGED AND ACQUITTED ON ALL COUNTS. Worst-case scenario I was looking at 21 years in prison, and instead today I have my life back."

Amazing lawyer

He is a very professional and well organized individual that will work with you not against you in any situation, and does his best to defend you and your rights in court. I would highly recommend P. Adam Militello for anyone in need of his services he provides. Avvo *****

Grand Larceny 3rd Degree

Grand Larceny, Third Degree, is a Class D Felony. If convicted, a defendant with no prior felony criminal record faces a maximum prison sentence of 2 1/3 - 7 years. Second non-violent felony offenders face up to 3 1/3 - 7 years in state prison. Persistent felony offenders convicted of Grand Larceny 3rd face a minimum of 15 - 25 years, and a maximum sentence of life in prison.

A person is guilty of grand larceny in the third degree when he or she steals property and: 1. when the value of the property exceeds three thousand dollars, or 2. the property is an automated teller machine or the contents of an automated teller machine.

It has been a while since we have seen a person accused of stealing an entire ATM, but it does happen. Grand Larceny 3rd cases most often involve an employee who has been accused of stealing from an employer. Our firm's experience handling white collar cases involving licensed professionals gives us added insight into how we can help defend people accused of this crime.

If you have been charged with Grand Larceny in the Third Degree, call us today. The experienced criminal defense attorneys at our office can be reached at (585) 485-0025.

The Militello Law firm
2480 Browncroft Boulevard
Rochester, New York 14625
Phone: (585) 485-0025 Fax: (585) 286-3128