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    Default Charged with larceny and conspiracy to commit larceny

    And I'm getting charged larceny in the 6th degree and conspiracy to commit larceny. I live in Connecticut and I'm curious what to expect from court.

    This isn't my first offense, it's my second. The first was simple trespassing.
    I'm 17 and haven't used my youthful offender yet.

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    Default Re: Stuff Happens

    You and your parents need to get you a criminal defence attorney.

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    We have one. I just want to know what to expect in court.

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    Excellent, ask your attorney, that is why your parents are paying them the big bucks.

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    Wow. This forum sucks. When I ask a sincere question, all I get is sarcasm.

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    Default Re: Charged with larceny and conspiracy to commit larceny

    You are asking us a question only your attorney can answer and it is good you have an attorney. If you didn't have an attorney we would be telling you to get one.

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    Default Re: Charged with larceny and conspiracy to commit larceny

    The problem is with your question. What are we supposed to guess you mean when you say "I'm curious what to expect from court"? You want to know what a courtroom looks like? You want to know who will be there, and what each person does? You want to know court procedure? You want to know what your sentence would be? You don't give us any indication of what you actually want to learn.

    If you don't know enough about court to ask a specific question, then you do need to have a short discussion about "what to expect from court" with your lawyer. Nobody is going to write a book for you, covering every detail of court procedure. If you do have a specific question or issue in mind, then you should be asking that question or identifying the issue.

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    Default Re: Charged with larceny and conspiracy to commit larceny

    Ok Mr. Knowitall. I want to know if someone could give me an educated guess as to what my sentence might be.

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    Default Re: Charged with larceny and conspiracy to commit larceny

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    Ok Mr. Knowitall. I want to know if someone could give me an educated guess as to what my sentence might be.
    Waiting a few days doesn't change the answers, you need to get this from your CRIMINAL DEFENSE ATTORNEY who is familiar with your case and has access to the facts and the nature of the local court.

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