Former “Mrs. Westchester” pleads guilty to petty larceny

A court clerk at the Somers Town Court has reported that a former Mrs. Westchester has entered a guilty plea on charges of petty larceny. It was alleged by police that the former pageant winner had falsified business records at her place of work to cover the personal expenses she charged to the company. Since the charge was for petty larceny, it can be surmised that the defendant was not suspected of stealing more than a $1,000. The court has ordered that she pay restitution to her employer.

Even if you plan on pleading guilty to the charges police have filed against you, there is still good reason for you to speak with a Westchester criminal defense attorney at the Law Offices of Richard A. Portale, P.C., before you do anything; our legal team in Westchester can help develop a legal strategy to minimize the possible consequences of a conviction.

No matter what the specifics of your case may be, we can help you make an informed decision about what is really in your best interests before you do something you may later regret. To speak with a criminal defense attorney in Westchester about the particular circumstances of your case, please call our offices at (914) 772-3166 today.