aggravated larceny


aggravated larceny
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  • aggravated 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… …   Ballentine's law dictionary

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  • larceny — /larsaniy/ Felonious stealing, taking and carrying, leading, riding, or driving away another s personal property, with intent to convert it or to deprive owner thereof. The unlawful taking and carrying away of property of another with intent to… …   Black's law dictionary

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  • mixed larceny — noun 1. : a larceny that includes the aggravation of a taking from another s house or person with or without violence and putting that other in fear compare robbery 2. : a larceny deemed to be aggravated under circumstances set out in a statute …   Useful english dictionary

  • compound larceny — The offense of larceny aggravated by the taking from one s house or person. State v Chambers, 22 W Va 779 …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • furtum grave — Aggravated larceny …   Ballentine's law dictionary

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