Accused of Robbery in Marietta, GA?
Marietta Criminal Defense Lawyer
More than taking some property which belongs to another person, robbery
includes taking something by force. Those convicted of committing robbery
can thus be considered violent offenders, which means you need to do everything
you can to avoid this if you have been accused. Take the first step in
defending your future by reaching out to our highly-qualified Marietta
criminal defense attorneys for help.
With more than 40 years of combined legal experience behind us,
Henrickson & Sereebutra has all the tool necessary to build an effective defense against criminal
charges. We make our client’s well-being our top priority when crafting
a legal defense to whatever our clients have been charged with. With a
former prosecutor on your side, together we can undermine the prosecution’s case against
you and ensure your freedom.
How does Georgia define robbery?
Basic robbery charges are more serious than the average theft crime because
they are done in the presence of the proper owner.
The prosecution will attempt to prove you robbed someone else by means of:
- Using force
- Using intimidation, threats, or coercion
- Suddenly grabbing the property in question
A robbery conviction can result in at least one year in prison, and if
the victim was older than 65, you could serve five years or more. If a
weapon was involved in the robbery, the penalty can increase to 10 to 20 years
We Protect Clients at All Costs
All facets of a robbery need to be established by the prosecution beyond
a reasonable doubt, which is where our dedicated Marietta
theft crimes lawyer can come to your defense. We can argue in your defense that you
were not the individual responsible for the robbery, or that not all criteria
have been met to qualify for a robbery charge. This could result in being
charged with a lesser theft crime such as
Your future is too important to risk—take control of your
criminal case by speaking with our resilient Marietta robbery attorneys who can fight
hard on your behalf both in and out of court.
Begin building your defense with a
free consultation—(888) 816-4396!