Traducción de larceny en Español:


robo, n.

Pronunciación /ˈlɑːs(ə)ni//ˈlɑrs(ə)ni/


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    (in US)
    robo masculino
    • Twenty-nine others were arrested for outstanding warrants on charges of burglary, larceny and malicious wounding.
    • The most common crimes on campus today are burglary and larceny - not violent crimes.
    • In essence, he's a ‘love me, love my dog’ kind of guy, with the pooch in question being larceny and theft.
    • The most common offences included larceny, burglary, malicious damage, criminal damage and a host of motoring offences.
    • Drug use is a factor in the lives of people before incarceration and may be an instrumental reason why crimes such as theft, larceny, and forgery are committed.
    • Judicially speaking, injury and larceny are both crimes against the State, but in these criminal categories it is possible to identify particular victims.
    • Crimes leading to imprisonment included prostitution, drug use, larceny, robbery, parole violation, and extortion.
    • Robbery, theft and larceny are rampant; rape, wounding and shooting are on the rise; and murder and kidnappings appear out of control.
    • After all, claim of right developed in relation to the law of larceny and where one was taking something physically that you believed belonged to you.
    • Even the media have stopped reporting incidents of robbery, rape, larceny, car theft and other ‘minor’ crimes.
    • Of course, a few social faux pas are better than grand theft larceny!
    • It is also important to note that the majority of juveniles get arrested for property crimes, such as burglary and larceny, rather than for violent acts.
    • Most major crimes, and the crimes most important in popular culture, are those of burglary, theft, larceny, and corruption.
    • An indictment of Carol for larceny would therefore be properly subject to dismissal as unconstitutionally vague as applied to her case.
    • The most prevalent property crimes are larceny, theft, burglary, and robbery.
    • The remainder are mainly serving sentences of between six and 24 months for petty crimes; mostly larceny, shoplifting and prostitution.
    • A concurrent effect to this drop in violent crime occurs in the form of an increase in some levels of property crimes, including larceny and auto theft.
    • For example, the old case management system had separate incident categories for burglary, larceny, fraud and robbery.
    • Children and adolescents disrupted public order by committing petty thefts and larceny, not by becoming drunk and disorderly.
    • Petty theft and larceny are caused by poverty and frequent shortages of consumer goods, but violence is rare.