Greensboro Criminal Defense Attorney: Explains a Crime – Robbery

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Greensboro Criminal Defense Lawyer: Explains Robbery

Robbery with a dangerous weapon is Class D felony, which is punishable (in the worst possible circumstances) with an active sentence in prison of 160-204 months.

In order for the state to prove that Robbery with a Dangerous Weapon has occurred, the state must show that the Defendant:

  • Possession, use or threatened use of a dangerous weapon
  • Life of the alleged victim is endangered or threatened
  • Takes or attempts to take property from that, or another associated person
  • Or any person who aids and/or abets any such commission of a crime.

If the state proves these elements, then they have proven the crime of Robbery with a Dangerous Weapon.

Contact our Greensboro criminal defense attorneys, who operate in Greensboro, High Point and Randolph County for a free consultation today.