Robbery Charges in Media

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There is a wide range of different theft crimes for which you can be arrested. Robbery is a serious offense which is also considered a violent crime as it involves the use of violence to commit an act of theft. In the state of Pennsylvania, law enforcement and prosecutors crack down hard on cases involving robbery charges. If you have been accused of robbery, you need to retain legal defense right away to ensure your rights are protected.

Are you looking for a skilled Media criminal defense lawyer? Contact the Law Office of Scott L. Kramer P.C. today at (610) 595-4640.

Robbery Charges in PA

Robbery first and foremost involves removing items of value from another individual without their knowledge or express permission. There must also be a reckless or intentional act of bodily harm towards that person, putting them in fear of injury or death.

Robbery charges can be difficult to understand, especially if you are not being told exactly what you are being accused of, which is why hiring a Media robbery defense lawyer is so important. We can ensure you understand your charges, as well as the penalties which could be incurred if you are convicted.

What Are the Consequences for Robbery?

In most cases, robbery is considered a second-degree felony. However, special circumstances like the use of a deadly weapon or a victim who is over 65 years old can raise the charge to aggravated robbery, which is a first-degree felony.

The consequences for a robbery conviction may include:

  • Imprisonment
  • Significant fines
  • Permanent criminal record
  • Damaged personal reputation

The Law Office of Scott L. Kramer P.C. truly cares about our clients and helping you achieve a positive outcome for your case. We would like to offer you a free consultation to discuss your case.

Please contact us now at (610) 595-4640 to make an appointment. We serve clients throughout Delaware County!




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