SRIS LAW GROUP Witness Stolen Property Grand Larceny Lawyers Attorneys

The testimony of lay witnesses as to the value of property stolen was admissible against defendant in his trial for grand larceny because the witnesses had an opportunity to become familiar with the property and to form an opinion as to its value.

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