Robbery Defense Lawyers in Murfreesboro
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Under Tennessee Code Annotated § 39-13-401, a person commits robbery
when they intentionally or knowingly steal from another person through
the use of fear or violence. Robbery is one of the most serious
theft crimes a person can be accused of committing and is punished as a felony in all
forms in the state of Tennessee. If you have been accused of robbery,
you could be facing decades in prison along with exorbitant fines if convicted.
With stakes this high, you need an advocate in your corner who is prepared
to unbiasedly protect your freedom and ensure no stone is left unturned
in your defense. You need a Murfreesboro criminal defense attorney from
Crain & Flatt Attorneys at Law on your side.
Having earned a 10.0 Superb Avvo Rating and multiple inclusions in the
National Trial Lawyers: Top 100 list, Attorney Crain and the rest of our
legal team have the passion and experience you need to minimize your chances
of conviction. Backed by many
positive client testimonials and a history or success, we have what it takes to ensure your rights
are guarded during this time.
Discuss your charges with our firm in detail during a
no-cost, no-obligation case review.
Penalties for Robbery in Tennessee
Unlike burglary which involves entering a building and committing a felony
or theft once inside, robbery involves forcefully taking stolen property
directly from a person’s possession and can occur anywhere at any
time. Depending on whether the act of robbery involved the use of a deadly
weapon or resulted in serious injury to the victim, robbery can be classified
as either a Class C, Class B, or Class A felony offense.
Robbery penalties in Tennessee are as follows:
Robbery: 3-15 years imprisonment, fines up to $10,000
Aggravated robbery: 8-30 years imprisonment, fines up to $25,000
Especially aggravated robbery: 15-60 years imprisonment, fines up to $50,000
In addition to the immediate criminal penalties, a person convicted of
robbery can face a number of secondary consequences such as a damaged
reputation and difficulty finding suitable employment, sometimes long
after they have served their sentence. Likewise, robbery convictions cannot
be expunged or erased from public record. For this reason, if you are
facing robbery charges, it is imperative you act quickly to protect your
future and freedom. Our attorneys can examine the details of your case
and craft a custom-tailored strategy that contests the evidence against
you and maximize your chances of securing a favorable outcome for your
You Do Not Have to Plead Guilty
At Crain & Flatt Attorneys at Law, no case is too large or too complex
for our trained advocates to handle. With fast, smart, and responsive
defense strategies and a dedication to keeping you informed of all important
developments in your case, we can effectively challenge your robbery charge
and provide the unwavering support you need. From advocating for a reduction
or dismissal of your charges to plea bargaining with the prosecution,
we are committed to helping you pursue the best possible outcome.
Your future is in jeopardy.
Get in touch with our Murfreesboro
criminal defense lawyers today to get started towards building your defense.