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Robbery Defense Lawyer
Accused of Robbery in the Greater Houston Area? Call (713) 766-1445
If you have been arrested for robbery or aggravated robbery in Texas, a conviction can result in a lengthy prison sentence and a permanent criminal record that can follow you for the rest of your life. However, having a knowledgeable and skilled attorney on your side can help you avoid serious penalties or even get your entire case dismissed.
At The Sims Law Firm, PLLC, Attorney Brandon Sims has more than a decade of experience as a former felony prosecutor and criminal defense lawyer, giving him a thorough understanding of both sides of the courtroom to provide effective and personalized legal solutions to his clients. He can investigate your case, gather and assess evidence, and determine if law enforcement officials violated your rights if there are weaknesses in the prosecution’s argument. Do not hesitate to let our firm protect your rights, reputation, and freedom.
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Texas Robbery Laws & Penalties
Robbery is more of a violent crime, rather than a theft crime because the act of taking another person’s property involves intentionally or recklessly inflicting bodily harm on someone or threatened physical injury. This offense is a second-degree felony, punishable by a prison sentence of up to 20 years and a maximum $10,000 fine.
Common forms of robbery include:
- Home invasions
- Purse snatching
However, if the robbery offense involves the use or display of a deadly weapon and/or an elderly (at least 65 years old) or disabled individual feared for his/her life, then it becomes aggravated robbery. This type of robbery is a first-degree felony, which carries a maximum 99-year prison term and a fine of up to $10,000.
On top of a long prison sentence, having a robbery conviction on your criminal record can cause significant damage to your personal life and professional reputation. This can prevent you from getting employed, finding housing, applying for college, and taking advantage of other opportunities life has to offer.
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Getting arrested doesn’t mean you are automatically guilty of the crime. You still have an opportunity to defend yourself with the help of an experienced attorney. When your freedom and future on the line, our Fort Bend County robbery defense lawyer is there to help you get the best possible results. When you schedule a free case evaluation, we can review your case, figure out your available legal options, and do our best to help you avoid serving harsh penalties.
For more information about robbery in Fort Bend County, call (713) 766-1445 today.
By hiring Fort Bend County lawyers from The Sims Law Firm, PLLC, you can rest assured that your case is in the best hands. Their lawyers have years of experience and provide knowledgeable legal representation. They will work hard to ensure your rights are protected and you receive the compensation you need after suffering an injury.
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Attorney Brandon Sims Will Handle Your Case From Start to Finish
Over 15 Years of Exclusively Practicing Criminal Law
Experienced Former Prosecutor
Handled Over a Thousand Cases
If you hesitate to hire an attorney, it may become more difficult to obtain favorable evidence and/or locate witnesses that can testify on your behalf. The sooner you contact The Sims Law Firm, PLLC the sooner we can discuss your charges and get started on your defense.
When you choose Attorney Brandon Sims, he will strategically anticipate and explain how the prosecution will present their case and plan accordingly in crafting your defense. Our firm believes that all individuals have the right to legal representation and that they are innocent until proven otherwise.
We are here to help you get through this difficult time. Don't wait to give our Fort Bend County criminal defense attorney a call at (713) 766-1445 to schedule your initial, confidential consultation.