Have You Been Charged With Robbery?
Representation from a Skilled Chicago Criminal Defense Lawyer
Have you been accused of robbery? If so, then I invite you to contact my firm,
Hallock Law, today. Unlike other theft offenses, robbery implies that there was an
element of violence involved with the incident and prosecutors aggressively
pursue convictions in these cases. I have dedicated my firm to the unflagging
advocacy of those who have been accused of breaking the law. Time and
time again, I have ensured that my clients are perceived in the proper
light—both in and out of court—and have placed reductions
and dismissals within reach on their behalf.
Start the defense process today.
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Robbery Charges in Illinois
Chicago robbery charges are prosecuted under Illinois statutes 720 ILCS
5/18-1 and 720 ILCS 5/18-2. Here, they are categorized into three different offenses.
Robbery charges in Illinois include:
Robbery: the taking of property "by the use of force or by threatening the
imminent use of force."
Aggravated robbery: robbery in which the accused suggests that they have weapon or have administered
drugs to victim without their consent.
Armed robbery: robbery in which dangerous weapons or firearms were used.
Robbery is always considered a felony and can come with harsh prison sentences.
For more information on what specific penalties you could be facing and
how my firm can help you counter these charges, contact me today. As a
dedicated Chicago criminal defense attorney, I have committed my career
to the incisive legal representation and protection of those who need
their voices heard before the justice system.
You do not have to be just another case number.
Call me for the individualized attention and service you deserve.