Robbery is the crime of taking the property of another person by force, threat, or fear. While all forms of theft involve the taking of another person’s property, robbery is considered different because of its violent nature. In contrast, other forms of theft can be done without the use of violence, such as burglary and shoplifting.
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A simple definition of robbery is the use of force in order to obtain another’s property illegally. A robbery is considered more or less severe depending on the level and means of force involved.
In New York there are three degrees of robbery, each corresponding to a different class of felony:
As was seen above, one of the most important aggravating factors in a robbery case is whether or not a weapon was used. When a weapon is used in a robbery, it is considered an armed robbery and can carry a stricter penalty in New York.
Many individuals are under the impression that a criminal trial lasts a long time due to the publicity of high profile cases. Many robbery trials, however, do not take as long. Most trial processes, from arrest to the sentencing, takes a months to a couple of years. If you would like more information on any aspect of the robbery charge, work with our firm at once.
Aggravated robbery is a very serious form of robbery. This can be charged when the alleged perpetrator takes another’s property with the use of force or threatened force. There are two different types of crimes related to aggravated robbery:
If you have been charged with aggravated battery, it is ever more important that you retain the legal services of our firm.
At Goldberger & Dubin, P.C., we understand that just because our client has been accused of a robbery does not mean that he or she actually committed the crime. In a criminal prosecution, the burden of proof is on the prosecution. Our team of attorneys will work tirelessly by examining your case and presenting you with the best defense by investigating to see if you were forced to commit the crime, which would be considered entrapment, and helping to reveal holes in the prosecution's case. If you are facing a robbery charge in New York, give us a call to secure the best criminal defense team in the city.