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Fort Worth Robbery Defense Attorney
Experienced Defense Against Robbery Charges in Tarrant County
In Texas, robbery is a felony offense. If you are convicted of robbery, you will have a permanent criminal record and face harsh penalties such as prison time, fines, and restitution. In addition, you will have to register as a convicted felon, which will limit your employment and housing opportunities.
At the Fort Worth Law Offices of David Sloane, our Fort Worth robbery lawyer has handled thousands of cases and has a proven track record of success. We can help you fight your robbery charges and seek a favorable outcome in your case.
Robbery Charges in Texas
Robbery is defined as the taking of property from another person through the use of force, fear, or intimidation. It is considered a felony offense in Texas and you can be charged with robbery even if you did not physically take the property from the victim.
Robbery charges can include:
- Aggravated robbery—use of a deadly weapon or force;
- An aggravated robbery with a deadly weapon;
- A robbery with a deadly weapon;
- A robbery with the intent to commit another felony;
- A robbery of a person;
- A robbery of a building;
- A robbery of a vehicle;
- A robbery of a coin-operated machine;
- A robbery of an automated teller machine.
Robbery is a second-degree felony in Texas and can result in a prison sentence of between 2 and 20 years, along with a fine of up to $10,000. If someone was injured during the robbery, you can be charged with a first-degree felony and face a prison sentence of between 5 and 99 years, along with a fine of up to $10,000.
Charged with Robbery in Fort Worth?
If you have been charged with robbery, you need to immediately retain an experienced Fort Worth robbery lawyer who will fight for you. Mr. Sloane has handled thousands of cases and has a proven track record of success. We can help you seek a favorable outcome in your case.
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