I have court in February 2015 for cashing money orders totaling $3,000, what can happen to me? 1 Answers as of January 07, 2015

It is my first offense.

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Larceny Over $250 would be the most likely charge for cashing money orders that are not yours and would likely be accompanied by other charges more specific to the form of larceny, such as Forgery, Larceny be Check, etc. Larceny Over $250 is a felony and punishable by up to 2.5 years in the house of correction. With a good attorney and no prior record you may be able to be placed on probation with restitution if found or plead guilty.
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