Orlando Robbery Defense Attorneys
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Have you been accused of robbery? If so, then the time to start mounting
a thorough, effective defense is now. At Longwell Lawyers, our
Orlando criminal defense attorneys has been staunchly advocating for the rights of the accused for more than
two decades. We understand how troubling and frightening this time can
be and always work to ensure that our clients are given every consideration
for a reduction or a dismissal of their charges.
Take a proactive step towards establishing your defense today. Contact
our award-winning, experienced Orlando theft crime attorneys for a
free case evaluation today.
Robbery Definitions & Penalties in Florida
Unlike most other theft crimes, robbery is considered especially serious
because it implies an element of violence. Florida Statute 812.13 defines
robbery as the theft of another person "when in the course of the
taking there is the use of force,
assault, or putting in fear." Robbery is divided into two different distinctions,
organized by the crime's perceived severity.
Robbery is defined in Florida as:
Second Degree Robbery: charged when there is no use or carrying of firearms or other weapons.
This is considered a second degree felony, punishable up to 15 years in
prison and fines not more than $10,000.
First Degree Robbery: charged when the accused was carrying or used firearms or other weapons.
This is considered a first degree felony and punishable up to life in prison.
These, however, are maximum penalties that, with the proper representation,
can be countered, argued down, or even altogether be avoided. The first
step is contacting us at Longwell Lawyers today. Our
Orlando theft crime lawyers evaluate cases with the insight of a former prosecutor, anticipate the
state's efforts against you, and develop actionable defense strategies
that are both trial-ready and make your interests the absolute priority.
Put your defense in hands you can trust.
Contact us now.