Robbery Lawyer in Maryland
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If you are facing robbery charges in Maryland, you are subject to serious
penalties that result in a long prison sentence, expensive fines, and
a permanent mark on your criminal record that can cause severe damage
to your reputation. I,
William R. Hall, am ready to do whatever it takes to obtain the most favorable outcome
possible. With over 20 years of legal experience, I have the comprehensive
understanding of Maryland law to vigorously protect your rights and future
Maryland Robbery Penalties
Under Maryland law, robbery is defined as the felonious taking and carrying
away of personal property of someone else from his or her person by the
use of force, violence, or intimidation of violence. This means that you
do not have to use violence, just a threat of violence to someone else
and taking their property can result in robbery charges.
This violent crime is considered a felony, which carries a maximum prison
sentence of 15 years. However, if the crime also included the use of a
weapon – or even the threat of a weapon – then a conviction
can result in a maximum prison sentence of 20 years.
A person charged with robbing a car – also known as carjacking –
by force, violence, or threats of violence, while the owner of the vehicle
is in possession of the vehicle, is punishable by a maximum prison sentence
of 30 years.
Contact a Salisbury Criminal Defense Attorney Today!
I am able to analyze your case and the evidence against you in order to
figure out what steps are necessary for mitigating the impact of the charges
on your life. I will do whatever it takes to get your entire case dismissed
or your charges reduced significantly. Let my
criminal defense firm help you get the justice you deserve immediately.
Contact my firm and schedule a no-cost initial case evaluation.