Larceny - Grand or Petty Theft
Larceny is the taking and carrying away of the tangible personal property of another by trespass and with the intent to permanently deprive that person of his or her interest in the property.
In California, larceny is Grand Theft when the value of the property exceeds $400.
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If the State has charged you with Petty or Grand Theft you should immediately exercise your Fifth Amendment Miranda Rights and Sixth Amendment Right to Counsel by remaining silent, cease all communication with the police, and call the