Charlotte Criminal Defense Lawyer Bill Powers Answers the Question: Is larceny a felony or misdemeanor criminal case?
Why are some things considered a “minor misdemeanor” and other allegations of larceny considered a felony? What is a felony and why is it more serious? Is larceny a felony or misdemeanor criminal case in North Carolina? Does it even make a difference?
If you or a loved one has been arrested for a criminal charge or a facing indictment for felony larceny, breaking and entering, larceny after breaking and entering, or any crime of “theft” or dishonesty, call a defense lawyer immediately.