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ARIZONA ROBBERY ATTORNEY

Under Arizona law, Robbery is a violent crime where the accused tried to take possession of property that belong to someone else through the use of force, violence or fear.  Aggravated Robbery occurs when the accused also has an accomplice during the Robbery.  Armed Robbery occurs during a standard robbery and the accused is either armed with a deadly weapon, simulated deadly weapon, or if the accused actually uses or threatens to use a deadly weapon or dangerous instrument.

 

Possible Punishment for Robbery, Aggravated Robbery and Armed Robbery

 

Robbery under A.R.S. 13-1902 (Class 4 Felony):

  • First offense: Probation with up to 1 year in jail.  If prison is ordered then between 1-3.75 years in prison;
  • 1 Historical Prior Felony Conviction: Between 2.25-7.5 years in prison;
  • 2 Historical Prior Felony Convictions: Between 6-15 years in prison.

 

Aggravated Robbery under A.R.S. 13-1903 (Class 3 Felony):

  • First offense: Probation with up to 1 year in jail.  If prison is ordered then between 2-8.75 years in prison;
  • 1 Historical Prior Felony Conviction: Between 3.5-16.25 years in prison;
  • 2 Historical Prior Felony Convictions: Between 7.5-25 years in prison.

 

 Armed Robbery under A.R.S. 13.1904 (Class 2 Felony):

  • First offense: Between 7-21 years in prison, with a presumptive term of 10.5 years in prison;
  • 1 Historical Prior Felony Conviction: Between 4.5-23.25 years in prison;
  • 2 Historical Prior Felony Convictions: Between 10.5-35 years in prison.

 

If you have been accused or charged with any type of Robbery, it is vital that you contact Oliverson & Huss Law immediately.  With the seriousness of these charges there is no time to waste to investigate your case to ensure your rights are protected.

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