Have you been charged with Robbery?
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Do you need an attorney?
Yes, you do. A Robbery charge is a felony in the state of Ohio and carries serious ramifications to anyone who has been charged. Brian C. Morrissey is a criminal defense lawyer who effectively represents individuals accused of felonious assault and other crimes in Toledo and the surrounding areas. Mr. Morrissey has defended numerous cases in court and has years of experience in the criminal justice system. Robbery charges are felonies in the State of Ohio and are also considered violent crimes. A conviction can carry prison time and fines from the Court. Courts are also able to order restitution when appropriate.
What is a Robbery in the state of Ohio?
The Ohio Revised Code defines Robbery in R.C. 2911.02:
“(A) No person, in attempting or committing a theft offense or in fleeing immediately after the attempt or offense, shall do any of the following:
(1) Have a deadly weapon on or about the offender's person or under the offender's control;
(2) Inflict, attempt to inflict, or threaten to inflict physical harm on another;
(3) Use or threaten the immediate use of force against another.”
Robberies in movies and popular culture often involve someone in a mask with a gun at a bank. While Robbery can be charged if a deadly weapon is present, it can also be charged if someone attempts to inflict or threatens to inflict physical harm against another person while committing a theft offense.
What can you do?
Call now at 419-830-7441 for a free consultation. If you have been charged with Robbery in the greater Toledo area, you need an experienced Criminal Defense Attorney to represent you. Attorney Brian C. Morrissey has years of experience dealing with the complexities and challenges of the criminal justice system. Whether you wish to enter into a plea agreement or take your case to trial, Mr. Morrissey has the knowledge and experience required to help guide you through the process and to achieve satisfactory results.