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Grand Larceny Charge Calls for a New York Criminal Attorney


A woman was charged with second-degree grand larceny. She was accused on February 5, 2009.

Fourty-five-year-old Yvette Miller, of 90 45th Street in Copiague, allegedly stole $100,000 from a North Amityville volunteer firefighters charity group. Then she allegedly spent a portion of the money at numerous casinos in Atlantic City. She also used the money to buy food and clothes for herself.

From 2005 to 2008, Miller was president and treasurer of North Amityville Volunteer Firemen’s Exempt and Benevolent Association. She took out the large amount of money on two debit cards from the association’s bank account and then wrote herself $100,000 worth of checks. Miller retrieved the money from ATM machines at places such as the Taj Mahal and the Show Boat casinos in Atlantic City.

Miller’s did not react to any messages left at her house and her lawyer could not be attained for remarks. William G. Ford, District Court Judge, arranged a $10,000 bail for Miller and set her next court day to be early next week. Miller vowed not guilty.

Yvette Miller is an African-American woman with dark-toned skin. She has brown eyes and dark hair with short bangs along her forehead.

The subject of the charges should hire a New York Criminal Lawyer. Although she has been charged with second-degree larceny, a good NY Criminal Attorney may be able to lessen the amount of bail and can defend your legal rights.

The firm of Stephen Bilkis & Associates with its New York Crime Lawyers and offices helps people in the Metro Area including Tribeca, NY and can be of aid to you if you find yourself a defendant in a criminal case. Facing a jury without great representation could lead to horrible results.

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