Robbery is different from burglary in that during a robbery, an individual threatens or uses force to obtain items belonging to another individual (Class 4 Felony). There are also more serious levels of robbery, including aggravated robbery (Class 3 Felony) - if a person is aided by one or more accomplices; or armed robbery (Class 2 Felony) - if a person is armed with, or threatens to use a deadly weapon during the course of the robbery. Penalties increase exponentially in cases where a weapon is involved. Depending on the severity of the offense, being convicted of robbery can result in incarceration, fines, community work service, restitution and probation. It is important to hire an attorney who is experienced in handling complex criminal cases, including robbery, burglary and other property crimes.Criminal Defense Lawyer Serving Phoenix, Scottsdale, Tempe & the Entire Valley
Contact an experienced Phoenix criminal defense attorney if you have been arrested and charged with robbery or any other property crime. The Law Offices of Trent R. Buckallew, PC provides a free initial consultation to those with pending criminal charges. Mr. Buckallew has handled a wide variety of property crimes and has the expertise to defend your rights and provide you with experienced legal representation. Mr. Buckallew will conduct a thorough investigation of your case, identify potential factual, legal or procedural weaknesses in the State's case and prepare an aggressive defense on your behalf. The Firm has a proven track record in litigating complex criminal cases and will fight vigorously to achieve the most favorable outcome possible in your case.
Contact a Phoenix robbery defense lawyer if you are facing criminal accusations.