Robbery is the use of violence, fear or assault to acquire personal property of another against their will. The consequences of robbery are serious and could lead to jail time or probation. Charges could be more severe if:

  • Deadly weapons were present even if they were not used
  • Injury was caused while the robbery was taking place

Attempted robbery is the attempt to forcefully acquire the personal property of another against their will, but without success. Despite the fact that the robbery did not take place, it is still treated as a robbery and it is important to consult a robbery defense attorney who will carefully investigate and handle your case with the required expertise. Our goal is to obtain the best result possible. Call Anderson and Ferrin Law Firm today.

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