Larceny

  • 41larceny from the person — The statutory felony of stealing any article attached to the person of the owner or under his immediate personal protection. Of course, larceny is from the person, in any case, in the sense that the taking is with the intent to deprive another of …

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  • 42larceny after a trust — Embezzlement by bailee. Almand v State, 110 Ga 883, 36 SE 215 …

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  • 43larceny by bailee — An offense as defined by statute. An offense at common law only as it appears that possession was obtained by the bailee from the bailor with the felonius intent of appropriating the thing bailed to his own use and depriving the bailor thereof.… …

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  • 44larceny by finder — The taking and carrying away of the lost personal property of another with a felonious intent permanently to deprive the owner of his property and to convert it to his own, the finder s, use. 32 Am J1st Larc § 64 …

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  • 45larceny by fraud — The offense of taking personal property, accomplished by fraud or stealth and with intent to deprive the owner of his property permanently. Bivens v State, 6 Okla Crim 521, 120 P 1033 …

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  • 46larceny by general owner — The taking and carrying away of personal property by the general owner from the possession of a person holding possession under some special right or title, with the felonious intent of depriving such person of his rights, or of charging him with …

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  • 47larceny by trick — The offense of taking personal property, accomplished by trick and with intent to deprive the owner of his property permanently. Commonwealth v Eichelberger, 119 Pa 254, 13 A 422 …

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  • 48larceny of mislaid goods — The felonious taking and carrying away of the mislaid goods of another, without his consent, and with the felonious intent permanently to deprive the owner of his property, and to convert it to his own, the finder s, use, which felonious intent… …

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  • 49Compound larceny — Larceny Lar ce*ny, n.; pl. {Larcenies}. [F. larcin, OE. larrecin, L. latrocinium, fr. latro robber, mercenary, hired servant; cf. Gr. (?) hired servant. Cf. {Latrociny}.] (Law) The unlawful taking and carrying away of things personal with intent… …

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  • 50Grand larceny — Larceny Lar ce*ny, n.; pl. {Larcenies}. [F. larcin, OE. larrecin, L. latrocinium, fr. latro robber, mercenary, hired servant; cf. Gr. (?) hired servant. Cf. {Latrociny}.] (Law) The unlawful taking and carrying away of things personal with intent… …

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  • 51Mixed larceny — Larceny Lar ce*ny, n.; pl. {Larcenies}. [F. larcin, OE. larrecin, L. latrocinium, fr. latro robber, mercenary, hired servant; cf. Gr. (?) hired servant. Cf. {Latrociny}.] (Law) The unlawful taking and carrying away of things personal with intent… …

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  • 52Petit larceny are — Larceny Lar ce*ny, n.; pl. {Larcenies}. [F. larcin, OE. larrecin, L. latrocinium, fr. latro robber, mercenary, hired servant; cf. Gr. (?) hired servant. Cf. {Latrociny}.] (Law) The unlawful taking and carrying away of things personal with intent… …

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  • 53Simple larceny — Larceny Lar ce*ny, n.; pl. {Larcenies}. [F. larcin, OE. larrecin, L. latrocinium, fr. latro robber, mercenary, hired servant; cf. Gr. (?) hired servant. Cf. {Latrociny}.] (Law) The unlawful taking and carrying away of things personal with intent… …

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  • 54petit larceny — Larceny in the taking of property of small value, a misdemeanor, rather than a felony under modern statutes. 32 Am J1st Larc § 3. Under the common law, larceny where the value of the property stolen was twelve pence or under. If the value… …

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  • 55grand larceny — see larceny Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996. grand larceny …

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  • 56petty larceny — n: petit larceny at larceny Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996. p …

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  • 57petit larceny — see larceny Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996. petit larceny …

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  • 58petit larceny — noun larceny of property having a value less than some amount (the amount varies by locale) • Syn: ↑petty larceny, ↑petty • Ant: ↑grand larceny • Hypernyms: ↑larceny, ↑theft, ↑thievery, ↑ …

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  • 59petty larceny — noun larceny of property having a value less than some amount (the amount varies by locale) • Syn: ↑petit larceny, ↑petty • Ant: ↑grand larceny (for: ↑petit larceny) • Hypernyms: ↑ …

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  • 60aggravated larceny — The offense in particular forms defined by statute, such as larceny from the person, larceny from a dwelling house, larceny from a railroad car, larceny of Federal property, larceny of commodity supplied by a public utility, etc. 32 Am J1st Larc… …

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