San Diego Robbery Attorney
California law defines robbery as the taking of another person’s property, from their immediate presence, using force, fear, or intimidation. By this definition, many suspected thefts may be upgraded to felony robbery charges based on the complainant’s perception. In fact, virtually any person present during the alleged offense can claim to have been forced, frightened, or intimidated into compliance, leading to charges of robbery.
A conviction for robbery can lead to serious criminal penalties and life-long consequences. Depending on the specific circumstances of the case, a person convicted for a first-time offense of robbery in San Diego County may be facing up to nine (9) years in prison and violent felony strike under the Three Strikes Law. It is presumed under law that those convicted of robbery offenses should go to state prison, as opposed to receiving a probationary jail sentence. How are you going to take control of your case, and your future, when charged with a robbery offense?
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