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Charged with Robbery in Ohio?
If you are facing charges of robbery and are not successfully defended, it will mean many years in state prison. Incarceration is only one part of the penalties that will be imposed in a conviction. Robbery is a violent crime and as such, is heavily punished.
Our Ohio robbery lawyers have extensive experience in criminal defense and a proven record of success. Our firm's defense attorneys are experienced, honest, and can be trusted to aggressively protect you and your rights at every point in the process.
Friedman Nemecek & Long, L.L.C. has been recognized throughout the state as a prominent legal firm that has achieved extraordinary successes at trial. Our founding partner, Ian N. Friedman, has received repeated recognition as Ohio Super Lawyers ® and Ohio Super Lawyers Rising Stars℠. He was also the first attorney to receive the Lawyer of the Year Award by the Ohio Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers. The seven members of our team all hold prestigious law degrees and are respected for their achievements in criminal defense.
Degrees of Robbery Charges in Ohio
Commonly, robbery charges will be filed as a second degree felony. If it is alleged that you were carrying a weapon, or tried to threaten or inflict bodily harm upon another, you could face up to 8 years in state prison if convicted.
Charges of aggravated robbery will be filed when the following elements are believed to be present in a robbery case:
- A deadly weapon was brandished, used, or it was indicated that a weapon was present.
- There was the use of explosives or other similar weapons in the commission of the crime.
- There was an attempt to inflict serious bodily harm upon another person in the commission of the robbery.
If any of these actions are alleged to have taken place, the charges will be filed as a first degree felony, with a penalty of up to 10 years in state prison, and up to $20,000 in fines. Our experience at trial and our record of prevailing in difficult criminal cases could be the advantage you need to avoid conviction.
Call us now for the defense you need. We know criminal defense, and should get involved as early as possible in a case involving robbery charges. Our Ohio robbery defense attorney is prepared to help you fight back.
When it comes to a criminal matter, it’s important to have an attorney with trial experience, as they know the people working within the justice system and how to present compelling cases. Our lawyers are skilled litigators and prepared to represent you in court.