Armed Robbery, according to the laws of the state of Arizona, occurs whenever a weapon is used in the commission of a robbery theft. The weapon can be a gun, knife or any other deadly weapon.
You can be charged with robbery even if the weapon is not pointed at the victim.
It's also an armed robbery charge without a weapon if you give the impression of having a weapon and the victim has a reasonable cause to believe you. An example might be using your finger inside a jacket pocket to give the impression you have a gun. That's enough to satisfy the requirement for an armed robbery charge.
Armed Robbery Penalties
Armed Robbery is a Class 2 Felony and carries mandatory 7-21 years in prison under Arizona law. Other penalties include stiff fines, restitution to the victim and more. If you're facing an armed robbery charge, you need a qualified armed robbery lawyer like William L. Morris to help lessen the impact this case will have on you.
As an experienced robbery lawyer, William L. Morris understands what the prosecution is going to throw at you. He knows how to find the weaknesses in their case and exploit them to your advantage. He'll negotiate for lesser charges and will work hard to convince the court of your innocence should your case go to trial.
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