To convict someone of Grand Larceny, the prosecutor must prove
- That someone took property belonging to another and carried it away; and
- That the taking of the property was against the will and without the consent of the owner of the property; and
- That the taking of the property was with the intent to steal the property; and
- That the property taken had a value of $200 or more.
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