Robbery Defense Lawyers in Dallas
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Unlike burglary and other theft crimes, robbery is considered a violent crime, making it much more serious. If you or someone you know has been formally charged with robbery or aggravated robbery, your freedom and future are at stake. At Deandra Grant Law, you can rely on a dedicated criminal defense team that has earned high marks in the legal industry and with North Texas clients for its legal excellence.
We bring more than 25 years of experience to the table that includes outstanding trial results in court. When you hire our firm, you can be assured that your case will be handled with the utmost care, attention to detail, and effectiveness.
Robbery in Texas
The crime of robbery is defined in Texas Penal Code Section 29.01 as committing theft while “intentionally, knowingly, or recklessly” causing bodily injury to another or putting another in fear of imminent bodily harm or death.
As such, it is charged as a second-degree felony, carrying the following penalties:
- Two to 20 years in prison and/or
- A fine of up to $10,000
The crime of robbery is elevated to aggravated robbery if a deadly weapon was shown or used during the incident, the victim was someone aged 65 or older, or the victim was disabled physically, mentally, or developmentally. In this case, it is charged as a first-degree felony punishable by 5 to 99 years in prison and/or a fine of up to $10,000.
Examples of robbery include carjacking, home invasion, and mugging. You can be arrested, charged, and convicted of robbery even if the crime was not completed. A robbery conviction will leave you with a permanent criminal record as a convicted felon that will likely seriously damage future prospects in terms of employment, housing, and other opportunities.
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