Robbery

Shoplifting Gone Wrong Turns into Robbery Charges

November 15, 2014

Shoplifting Lawyers in Kearny, NJ The governing statute in New Jersey for shoplifting is N.J.S.A. 2C:20-11b. The degree of shoplifting a defendant could find themselves facing could be anywhere from a disorderly persons offense (misdemeanor) all the way up to a second degree felony. What degree of s

4 Men Wanted for Armed Robbery in North Bergen, New Jersey

October 14, 2014

First Degree Robbery Lawyer in North Bergen, NJ First degree robbery is one of most serious charges under the New Jersey criminal code. If convicted of robbery in the first degree in North Bergen, a defendant could be sentenced up to twenty (20) years in prison. Furthermore, this offense falls...

Armed Robbery in North Bergen, New Jersey

September 16, 2014

Armed Robbery Lawyer in North Bergen, NJ First degree armed robbery is one of the most serious offenses under the New Jersey criminal code. If convicted, a defendant could be sentenced up to twenty (20) years in a New Jersey State Prison. In addition, since this offense falls under the...

Robbery Charges issued for Kearny Resident

September 1, 2014

Kearny NJ Robbery Defense Lawyers Depending on the facts of the case, the offense of robbery can be either a first or second degree felony offense in New Jersey. The governing statute in New Jersey for robbery is N.J.S.A. 2C:15-1. In essence, a defendant will be convicted of second degree...

Robbery & Burglary Charges issued in Weehawken NJ

August 18, 2014

Weehawken NJ Robbery Attorneys The offense of robbery is a very serious offense in New Jersey. If convicted, a defendant could be sentenced up to twenty (20) years in a state prison and fined up to $200,000. This offense is also subject to the No Early Release Act, which requires a...