A Strong Defense For Robbery Allegations
Robbery is defined in Texas Penal Code § 29 as committing theft, in the course of which the offender intentionally or recklessly causes injury to another person or willfully threatens another person with injury or death. Robbery is a second degree felony and may be punishable by 2 to 20 years in state prison and a fine of up to $10,000. In some situations, enhanced charges may be incurred. If you are facing allegations of robbery in the Plano area, do not wait to involve an attorney who can aggressively protect your rights and interests in the face of these charges. The Plano robbery lawyers at the Zendeh Del Law Firm, PLLC, represent clients throughout all of Texas. Your initial case review is also confidential. This means that you can rest assured that your questions, concerns and the details of your legal matter will be kept private.
What Is Aggravated Robbery?
Aggravated robbery is a more serious type of offense with a first degree felony charge and may be punishable by 2 to 99 years or life in prison. It involves committing robbery with any of the following aggravating circumstances:
- Serious bodily injury was caused to another person
- The defendant was in possession of or used a deadly weapon
- The victim was 65 years or older or was a disabled person
The Zendeh Del Law Firm, PLLC, Robbery Legal Counsel
If you are facing robbery or aggravated robbery charges, our law firm may be able to help you face these charges head on, working to help you avoid a conviction and maximum penalties. You may be at risk for a sentence of multiple years in prison or other serious penalties if you are convicted (not to mention the fact that your entire future may be at risk due to a violent felony conviction on your criminal record). Take immediate action and ensure that your Constitutional rights are protected.