Robbery

Saturday, February 2nd, 2013

If you are charged with robbery in the state of Washington, you could face serious penalties. Depending on the circumstances surrounding the robbery, you could face jail time, heavy fines and a permanent criminal record.

First Degree Robbery

First degree robbery is a class A felony, and can be charged when:

  • The accused commits robbery while being armed with a deadly weapon
  • The accused inflicts bodily injury on another person with a deadly weapon
  • The robbery is committed against a financial institution

Second Degree Robbery

Second degree robbery is a class B felony, and can be charged when:

  • The robbery is committed without use of a deadly weapon
  • No one is injured during the commission of the

No matter which type of robbery you are being charged with, there are significant punishments that are associated with having robbery charges levied against you. You could be sentenced to:

  • Incarceration in a state prison
  • Significant fines
  • Probation
  • Victim restitution
  • Permanent criminal record

What To Do If You Are Charged With Robbery

If you are facing robbery charges in the state of Washington, you need an experienced, professional criminal defense attorney on your team. At Greene & Lloyd, PLLC, we are committed to assisting you through all aspects of your case and will work hard to get the charges against you dismissed or reduced.

Don’t let a mistake or an isolated lapse in judgement lead to a robbery conviction that could ruin your life. Call us today to schedule a consultation to discuss your case and learn what options you have available to you to protect your rights and your freedoms.


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