Have You Been Charged With Robbery? Choose the Powerful Defense of Dunham & Ingram

Charged with Robbery in Marion County, FL?

Ocala Criminal Defense Attorney

There are many different types of theft crimes that you could be arrested and charged with; some are misdemeanor crimes which carry various lesser penalties, and others carry the far more severe penalties of felony convictions. Robbery is one such serious offense; it involves the use of force or fear to take property form the possession or immediate presence of another. The penalties for conviction of this crime generally depend on the value of the stolen items as well as the method used to obtain them.

Penalties for Robbery in Florida

Robbery without the use of a weapon is generally charged as a second degree felony in Florida, which carries a prison sentence of up to 15 years. When a deadly weapon such as a gun is used in the commission of robbery, the charge can escalate to a first degree felony. Conviction of a charge of robbery as a first degree felony could result in a life imprisonment sentence.

Have you been arrested and charged with the crime of robbery? It is vitally important that you have the skilled representation of an Ocala criminal defense lawyer on your side to help you fight the charges against you and to pursue the results that you need.

Enlist the Experienced Defense of Dunham & Ingram

Dunham & Ingram has the residents of Ocala and Marion County, Florida for a number of years. If you retain our services, we will build a defense that specifically attacks the case of the prosecution.

Utilize our free case evaluation page to obtain some advice and information regarding your case before making any financial commitments to our firm. Contact Dunham & Ingram LLC for the representation that you need on your side today!

Benefits of Choosing Dunham & Ingram LLC:

  • Experienced

    We have experience handling all types of misdemeanor and felony cases.

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    We are committed to tirelessly protecting your rights and interests.

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    We have extensive courtroom experience and know how to fight for you in trial.

  • Helpful

    We will answer any questions and make sure you understand your rights and options.