Robbery Charges in Nevada
What is Robbery
If you live anywhere in southern Nevada—Henderson, Las Vegas, Mesquite, Searchlight, or Boulder City—and have taken part in or been charged with the crime of Robbery, you need the best legal representation you can get to help you.
With over 30+ years of experience in this type of litigation and defense, you need a criminal lawyer in Las Vegas.
What is Robbery? The Nevada Revised Statutes (NRS) 200 covers the crime of Robbery in full detail. As a basic charge, Robbery is unlawfully taking personal property from someone against his or her will. The definition of Robbery also applies if you used force or frightened someone and took property from them, prevented someone from stopping you, or helped someone escape with property stolen from someone else.
In Nevada, Robbery is a serious crime. It is listed as a Category B felony, with minimum prison time and fines, serving anywhere from 2 to 15 years. If your Robbery charge runs alongside another conviction, you may be hit with concurrent sentences, which would make you serve out the longest term for the most serious crime. A judge may also sentence you to serve out the full term of two or more sentences for multiple crimes. A judge’s decision such as this may have serious consequences for your term behind bars as well as your future after incarceration, so you should reach out for my legal advice as soon as possible.
If you are charged with the crime of armed Robbery, the sentence could potentially double. You can find more information about expanded penalties for crimes with a deadly weapon by clicking this link https://douglascrawfordlaw.com/how-does-use-of-a-deadly-weapon-in-a-crime-affect-punishment/. You don’t want yourself or a family member or friend to spend a significant portion of his or her life in prison. No matter the harshness of the crime, I may be able to help reduce the portion of time behind bars.
It is possible you have been wrongly charged with Robbery. The police do sometimes make errors in arrests. Your case could be one of mistaken identity or you may have been forced into the crime of Robbery under duress. Mitigating circumstances could apply to your case, and if so I can help you get a fair hearing, clear your name, or even get the punishment for your involvement reduced to fit your level of participation in the crime—if you had any involvement.
I have heard nearly every story out there and am rarely surprised by what you may have done or experienced. I have successfully defended people for this crime. As I mentioned above, I have over 30 years of experience in this type of law. You cannot afford to wait. Your future and freedom are on the line.
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How much time do you get for armed robbery in Nevada?
A Nevada category B felony entails a minimum of two years and a maximum of 15 years in prison. An armed robbery charge is punishable by an additional one to 15 years in prison, on top of the usual two to fifteen years.
What is robbery in Nevada?
In Nevada, robbery is the illegal taking of personal property by force, fear of harm, or violence. It is considered a more serious offense than larceny (theft).
Can you beat a robbery charge?
If no violence was used to commit the crime, an attorney may be able to lower the charge to a lesser theft. Furthermore, if the individual committing the offense can show that someone else compelled them to do it, they might use self-defense or duress as a defense.
What is the statute of limitations for robbery in Nevada?
For most infractions in Nevada, the filing of charges is limited to three years. For theft, arson, robbery , forgery , and burglary, there is a four-year limit; however murder and several other serious allegations do not have one.
Is robbery a misdemeanor?
Robbery is generally considered a more serious offense than theft because it involves the use of force. In most situations, robbery is classified as a felony, with a conviction resulting in significant jail time, especially if a weapon was used.
How does robbery committed?
A burglary is the unlawful entry of a building or other location with the intention of committing a felony. The primary distinction between robbery and burglary is that in a robbery, an individual or group attempts to steal another person’s property by force, fear of force, or violence, right from the victim.
What are the causes of robbery?
The first aspect is force or fear, and the second is that the crime was committed against the victim or his/her personal belongings. The most essential evidence in a robbery is to put the victims in danger of being robbed by force.
Can you rob a robber?
Is it legal for you to fight back against a robber if you are the target of one? In most states, you can defend yourself and use deadly force, such as a gun, if someone enters your house with the intention of committing burglary, robbery, sexual assault, or assault.
How do you deal with a robbery at work?
Remain calm and avoid doing anything that may send the robber into a fit of rage. The robber may be scared, and the employee’s further excitement might make him panic, resulting in injury to the employee or bystanders. Obediently follow the robber’s orders even if it looks like employees can’t be harmed.
Is robbery a continuing crime?
He may be a homeowner or even a criminal himself. As a result, another robber or thief would be robbed or stolen from. It is enough that the defendant is not the legal owner of the property. Robbery and theft are examples of continuing offenses, such as the robbery of many people.