Robbery Defense Law
Maryland is one of the toughest states for robbery, punishing those convicted with some of our country’s most severe penalties. Whether unarmed or armed robbery, it is a criminal offense carrying felony charges, the most serious type of offense. With just the threat of a weapon, a defendant can face up to 20 years behind bars.
Understanding a Felony Robbery Charge
If you, a friend or family member are facing a robbery charge, you need a criminal defense law firm that provides expert legal help to take you through the arrest process and achieve a satisfactory outcome.
Types of Robbery Charges:
- First-degree robbery
- Second-degree robbery
- Stealing by confining or putting in fear
- Assault with intent to rob
- Aggravated robbery
- Armed robbery
- Felonious taking
- Felony robbery
- Mounting a Robbery Charge Defense
A Blackford & Flohr robbery defense lawyer will analyze your case and instruct on the proper defense. To win your case, our defense lawyers only have to cast a reasonable doubt. Alibi evidence, and witnesses who can corroborate this evidence, are often used as a key to determining that the prosecutor’s evidence doesn’t 100 percent prove the crime.
In cases with mounting evidence against a defendant, we research plea deals and often work with the courts to agree upon a misdemeanor charge. This is important because beyond prison, a felony conviction will have a lasting effect on your life. It will be part of your permanent record, making it difficult to find future employment. It will also strip you of constitutional rights, like the right to own firearms and the right to vote.
Obtain A Lawyer
Our Maryland law firm team wants to hear from you. If you are facing a felony robbery charge, contact us so we can start mounting your best criminal defense strategy. Every case is unique and receives our utmost attention, and we are ready to provide you with expert consultation throughout the entire judicial process.