Robbery Defense Attorney in Brevard County
Gain Experienced Legal Counsel As Soon as Possible
Robbery is a theft crime that uses force, threats, or other forms of intimidation in order to obtain valuable property or money. Robbery is charged as a felony, and if one is convicted, it could change their future irreparably. A robbery charge requires the attention of a highly experienced and knowledgeable attorney. Our firm has been assisting clients with criminal defense cases including robbery for years.
We have helped countless clients overcome this charge and may be able to start assisting you immediately. Speak with a Brevard County criminal defense attorney today if you would like to understand your best course of action and have a knowledgeable attorney assist you immediately.
Experienced Robbery Defense Lawyer serving Cocoa, Palm Bay, Titusville, and Melbourne
Being charged with robbery or aggravated robbery can result in years in prison, hefty fines and more. If a weapon or bodily injury is involved in the alleged crime, the individual will be charged with aggravated battery. Both are considered felonies and will be prosecuted severely in Florida courts.
Robbery is a serious theft crime charge that can result in life in prison and even the death sentence in some cases and should be addressed immediately by skilled defense counsel. Only the most experienced attorneys should be trusted with your case at this point in time.
Having an attorney review your case early on in the legal process may be of great assistance. The sooner an attorney becomes involved in defending your case, the better your chances will be of receiving reduced charges, dropped charges or lessened penalties. IN the case of a robbery offense, this is invaluable.
There are still many successful defenses available to you if you speak with an attorney now including: unreliable witnesses, lack of sufficient evidence, mistaken identity, illegally acquired evidence and illegal arrest.
Contact a Brevard robbery defense attorney for aggressive defense in felony and misdemeanor cases.