Noblesville Theft Crimes Attorneys
Fight Your Robbery Charges with Aggressive Counsel
Have you been charged with robbery? If so, a conviction could yield serious
felony penalties. The Criminal Defense Team knows what challenges and
disadvantages the accused face in these theft cases. Our aggressive and
proven Noblesville theft crime lawyers have time and time again stood
for the rights and interests of these individuals—even if it requires
fighting for them before a judge and jury.
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Ind. Code § 35-42-5-1 defines the criminal offense of robbery as "knowingly
or intentionally takes property from another person or from the presence
of another person 1) by using or threatening the use of force, or 2) by
putting a person in fear." Other, more serious tiers of this offense
involve the use of deadly weapons and bodily injury to the victim(s).
Penalties for robbery Indiana can include:
- Class C felony: 2 to 8 years in prison
- Class B felony (weapons used or bodily injury): 6 to 20 years in prison
- Class A felony (serious bodily injury): 20 to 50 years in prison
Why choose The Criminal Defense Team?
When suddenly faced with a criminal charge as serious as robbery, it can
be hard to know where to turn for legal counsel you can count on. At The
Criminal Defense Team, we offer counsel and advocacy that few other Indiana
law firms can match.
Why do clients choose our firm?
- We have experience in handling thousands and thousands of criminal cases
- Our entire firm is dedicated solely to criminal defense
- We have the handled serious felony in and outside the courtroom
- Our team has more than half a century of combined legal experience
- We have built a reputation for serious, hard-hitting representation with
the local legal community—including among prosecutors and judges
If you are facing a robbery charge and want the best possible outcome of
your case capably and assuredly pursued, use our online form to request a
free case evaluation with us today.