Armed robbery is a felony theft done by using force, intimidation, or the threat of force while using a deadly weapon. In Texas, the “armed robbery” is called “aggravated robbery.”
Robbery is when the defendant, during the process of a theft:
For a robbery to become aggravated robbery, at least one of these elements must occur:
Aggravated robbery is charged as a first degree felony, and it’s punishable by 5 to 99 years in prison and/or a fine of up to $10,000.
Aggravated robbery defenses include:
Yes. Contact an criminal lawyer immediately to fight your aggravated robbery charge and avoid the serious punishment connected to the crime.
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