Robbery

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Have you been accused of robbery or theft in Arizona?  Under state law, robbery is a class 4 felony that can carry significant prison time, fines, or other sentences.  Prosecutors take charges of robbery very seriously because they are concerned about public safety.

Even if the state aggressively pursues a conviction against you or your loved one, it is important to protect the rights of the defendant.  At the Garcia Law Firm, PLC, we understand the need for fairness.  Bernardo Garcia is a dedicated professional who can help your loved one through the process of litigation.

If your loved one has been accused of robbery, contact us to set up an appointment for a free consultation.  As a bilingual attorney, Mr. Garcia can speak with you or your family member directly in English or Spanish.

An Experienced Arizona Criminal Defense Lawyer Can Help

Under Arizona state law, there are several forms of robbery. You or your loved one may be accused of the following:

  • Robbery (Class 4 Felony):  The defendant is accused of taking property from another through the threat or use of force
  • Aggravated Robbery (Class 3 Felony):  The defendant is accused of having an accomplice during a robbery
  • Armed Robbery (Class 2 Felony):  The defendant is accused of being armed with a dangerous or deadly weapon, or simulating a weapon, during a robbery

Because all forms of robbery are classified as felonies in Arizona, the sentences can be severe.  Additionally, a conviction of robbery can have a significant impact on the defendant’s future.

If you or a loved one is charged with robbery, Scottsdale robbery attorney, Bernardo Garcia can help.  Whether the charges are minor or severe, Mr. Garcia provides dedicated legal services to all his clients.

Contact us for a free consultation today.  Mr. Garcia is a bilingual attorney who also offers free jail visits in Maricopa County.  He handles a range of criminal cases, including robbery, DUI/DWI, drug offenses, and more.