When you’ve been accused of a crime, finding a skilled, experienced, and dependable criminal defense lawyer is crucial. We understand that court cases can be overwhelming, especially when they carry the potential of jail time and high fines. Robbery is a type of theft distinguished by the use of force, and punishment can vary depending on the circumstances of the alleged crime.
In Arizona, pursuant to A.R.S. § 13-1901 et seq., robbery is committed when, in the course of taking any property of another from his person or immediate presence and against his will, such person threatens or uses force against any person with intent either to coerce surrender of the property or to prevent resistance to taking the property.
Robbery is a Serious Charge – It Should Not Be Taken Lightly
The State of Arizona, including the cities of Phoenix, Chandler and Scottsdale, all prosecute robbery and there are significant penalties for Robbery – ranging from a class 4 felony to a class 2 felony. If you have been charged with robbery.
The Phoenix criminal law firm at Gallagher & Kennedy, has been representing clients facing different levels of robbery charges. Our experience & commitment lends us to being among the top defense lawyers in Arizona. We provide clear-cut answers to the issues at hand, and we do our best to see it through to the outcome of your case. If you, or someone you love has been charged with a robbery crime, contact our lawyers in Phoenix, today at (602) 510-9999. We will provide an aggressive defense strategy tailored to your individual needs. We understand that every case is unique.
Criminal Defense Attorneys with Experience That Counts
The Arizona robbery attorneys at Gallagher & Kennedy have the knowledge and experience to represent you in all Robbery offenses. If you are facing charges for trespass and burglary, read about our representation for those crimes using the tabs above. For information on your case contact Gallagher & Kennedy at (602) 510-9999.
“Jay provided impeccable attention to my case. He knew the law, communicated it to me precisely, heard my concerns, answered my questions, alleviated my fear, and negotiated a fair, streamlined settlement. He was always friendly and upbeat, and in the end I could breathe a sigh of relief and feel satisfied that the very best had been done for me.”