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Violent Crimes: Robbery

Robbery is one of the most serious violent crimes that you can be charged with in the commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Depend among the facts of the case, the violent crime of robbery can be graded as a felony of the first degree, a felony of the second degree and/or a felony of the third degree.  read about self defense This means that an accused could face a maximum of 20 years to seven years in state prison for each and every individual that claims that he was robbed by the accused. It is imperative that you contact an experienced Chester County Robbery attorney, if you are being investigated or have been charged with the crime of robbery.

As previously stated, there are three different types of robbery that you can be charged with in the commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Other Violent Crimes  The most serious type of robbery is Felony robbery of the first degree. In order to be convicted of this type of robbery, the government must prove the following criminal elements beyond a reasonable doubt:

First that the accused is in the course of committing a theft and that

Second, during the theft he inflicts or attempts to inflict serious bodily injury to another person.

Under Pennsylvania case law, serious bodily injury has been defined as a broken jaw, broken bone or a life threatening injury.

The second type of robbery is graded as a felony of the second degree. In order to be found guilty of this type of robbery, the government must prove the following criminal elements beyond a reasonable doubt:

First, that the accused is in the course of committing a theft, and that

Second, during the commission of the theft, he inflicts bodily injury or attempts to inflict bodily injury to another.

Finally, the last and least serious type of robbery requires that the government prove that the course of the theft, the accused takes property from another by using force however slight. An example of this could be a pick pocket.

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