What To Do When Charged With Robbery
In Arizona, robbery is a felony offense. Based on the circumstances, the robbery charge can fall into 3 different categories:
- Aggravated Robbery
- Armed Robbery
A conviction of a Robbery charge requires proof that the defendant participated in:
- Threatening to use force against a person with the intent to force them to surrender their property.
- Took property belonging to someone else
- Taking property that was from the person’s body or presence
- Taking property against the other person’s will
Do I need an attorney?
A Robbery charge is a big deal and is not something you should move forward with without an experienced attorney. You’re going to want to find an attorney you truly trust because this is going to be a big moment in your life. The trajectory of your life may change after a Robbery charge. You’ll want someone who understands the law inside and out as well as someone who will be there to defend your rights at every moment throughout this case.
- Class 4 Felony
- No Prior Conviction - Prison Time: 1 to 4 years
- 1 Prior Conviction - Prison Time: 2 to 8 years
- Class 3 Felony
- No Prior Conviction - Prison Time: 2 to 9 years
- 1 Prior Conviction - Prison Time: 3.5 to 16 years
- Class 2 “Dangerous” Felony
- No Prior Conviction - Prison Time: 7 to 21 years
- 1 Prior Conviction - Prison Time: 14 to 28 years
How Nava Law can help
Nava Law Firm is experienced in the defense of Felony Crimes. We believe in what we do and we want to help people. At Nava Law Firm, we treat every case as if it is our only case and truly want to help people during this tough time in their life. When choosing an attorney, you don’t want to just pick the cheapest one available or the one your friend referred. You want to choose an attorney that has the proper credentials and that is in the courtroom every day fighting for their clients rights. Regardless of the direction you decide to go in, you will need a chance to organize your thoughts and decide who should represent you in your upcoming trial. We offer a free consultation to help with that process, so click the free consultation button below to get yours scheduled.