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Dallas Robbery Defense Lawyer

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Have you been charged with the serious crime of robbery in the state of Texas? If so, you need the help of a Dallas criminal defense lawyer right away. Robbery allegations can have severe repercussions upon conviction and you need a robbery defense attorney who has experience fighting the serious criminal allegations against you. At Knight Law Office, we are dedicated completely and only to the practice of criminal defense.

We have successfully defended clients charged with drug crimes, assault and battery, sex crimes, murder, fraudulent crimes, and many others. We represent clients in the counties of Dallas, Denton, Collin, and Tarrant. We want to help you or someone you love who is in need of an aggressive and competent Dallas robbery attorney.


Texas Robbery Charges

The charge of robbery in Texas includes any instance of using threats or the use of force to take someone's property. This can occur in a store, someone's home or any location. Like burglary, robbery is a second degree felony offense. If a weapon is used or if anyone is injured (aggravated robbery), charges can be raised to first degree felony.

The charges of a first degree felony versus a second degree felony are as follows:

  • A second degree robbery conviction can result in 20 years in prison and up to $10,000 in fines.
  • A first degree felony conviction can result in up to 99 years in prison as well as a $10,000 fine.
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