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Robbery Charges in Plano, Texas
Robbery Charges in Plano, Texas

You’re probably familiar with the terms “ robbery ” and “ burglary ” but if you’re like a lot of people, you may not understand the difference. When someone commits burglary, it means they entered a dwelling (a residence) for the purpose of committing theft. Robbery on the ...

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Blog posts in Theft Crimes

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