Only a handful of counts remained on which to reach a verdict, including the one of grand larceny.
He also addresses a "low point" in his life, when he faced a grand larceny charge in the early 1970s, according to USA Today.
A records check showed that he was wanted for grand larceny in Virginia, and he spent several months in jail there.
Harris, a resident of Boerum Hill, is charged with two counts of grand larceny and possession of stolen property.
I remained, at that point, unconvinced that Marshall was guilty of the grand larceny count.
grand larceny, embezzlement, forgery, and similar crimes are infrequent.
The offence being for a grand larceny the prisoner was allowed to plead the benefit of clergy.
It would have seemed to partake of the nature of grand larceny from Providence.
Up to the year 1827 'grand larceny', that is to say, stealing to a value exceeding twelve pence, was punishable with death.
She asked what the difference was between larceny and grand larceny, in a case.