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Theft & Armed Robbery

Theft and armed robbery involve taking someone else property, but include a wide variety of criminal activities.

One can be charged with theft if suspected of taking a pack of gum as well as if they are suspected of stealing a car.

Because the severity of the crimes is so varied, the possible sentences also vary greatly. Crimes vary and a suspect could be charged with petit larceny or grand larceny.

Petit larceny is punishable by up to a $500 fine and six months in jail, while someone convicted of grand larceny may face years of prison time and steep fines. Someone convicted of armed robbery may face even a greater sentence still. If convicted, how much time you serve is oftentimes directly related with who you choose to represent you.

At Chavers & Guhl LLP, we are here to fight for the best outcome of your case. We have experience in more than 130 criminal jury trials and are uniquely qualified because we have served on both sides of the table: as prosecutors and criminal defense attorneys. Don’t waste time and mortgage your future with another team. Contact our offices today for an initial case evaluation.

Definition of Robbery

Definition of Larceny