Those are three serious felony charges. Consult with local criminal defense attorney immediately so that he or she can represent your best interest. Most offer initial consults free. Good luck.
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You ask if you will qualify for AR. A judge must technically decide two questions in considering granting an AR application that is not otherwise precluded by law: 1) Is the crime of a serious nature, and, 2) is the defendant likely to offend in the future.
st degree larceny is $20k or more. Most courts view this as a serious offense ... some judges have a predisposition against granting AR that must be overcome. A great way to overcome this predisposition is money. Paying restitution up front ... either a good chunk or all of what is allegedly wrongfully taken.
Restitution will be a big part of the disposition of your case - be it AR, probation, or jail followed by probation. If you cannot bring money to the table so to speak, the chances of getting AR diminish greatly. If you cannot show how all the $ will be repaid over the maximum AR term of two years, you have no real chance and will be paying over the course of probation instead.
My answer to your question is not legal advice, and, it does not form an attorney-client relationship, and, it is not confidential. If my general insights suggest to you that I may be able to help you with a specific issue, then please feel free to give me a call. C. Christian Young, Esq. Bridgeport, CT
I agree with Attorney Young. The short answer is "Yes." The AR statute was modified to specifically include Larceny First as a qualifying offense. You do qualify as long as you have never used AR in Connecticut or a similar program in any other state and as long as you have never been convicted of a crime in Connecticut or any other state.
You are going to need an attorney to assist you on this.