Grand Theft

Grand theft or grand larceny is a category used to rank the severity of crime associated with theft.

Generally, in the United States it is defined as intentional taking property of others in an amount exceeding the state statutory amount.

Grand theft occurs when an action that occurred meets the criteria for the applicable jurisdiction.


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