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Arrested for robbery or under investigation for this offense? This offense is a felony, punishable by years in prison and possibly life imprisonment in some cases. You will need an aggressive, tailor-made legal strategy if you are to have even a chance of avoiding a criminal conviction and maximum penalties.
To get started in receiving the legal help you need, contact a San Antonio defense lawyer who has extensive training, education and experience in criminal law.
There are two main types of charges in Texas: robbery and aggravated robbery. Robbery is defined as threatening or causing injury to another person in the course of committing theft. Aggravated robbery is committed with a deadly weapon, against a disabled person or a person 65 years of age or older, or while causing serious bodily injury in the commission of the offense. The offense is basically the combination of a theft crime and a violent crime, considering that it is theft carried out with violence. Depending on the nature of the offense, the jurisdiction and the defendant’s criminal history, the penalties may range from up to 20 years to life in prison.
When you look at the harsh penalties that may be imposed for a conviction in San Antonio, it is all the more important to involve a criminal lawyer who can effectively represent your interests and work to preserve your liberty. If you would like to learn more about how Attorney Shaeffer will assist you in this endeavor by providing you with the personal attention and aggressive legal counsel you need, feel free to contact San Antonio defense attorney Tylden Shaeffer today. He has many years of experience to apply to your case.
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