Contact Our Mount Holly Criminal Defense Firm At (609) 491-2110 To Speak To A Former Director Of Major Crimes, the Trial Team or Gangs, Guns & Drugs Task Force Who Has Defended Countless Robbery Charges
One of the more serious violent crimes an individual can be charged with in Burlington County is robbery. The offense only comes in the form of a first degree or second degree crime so anyone arrested for robbery is facing a virtual certainty of a long prison sentence if they are convicted of violating N.J.S.A. 2C:15-1. This is good reason to retain an attorney who has extensive experience defending robbery charges. The team of criminal lawyers at our Mount Holly law firm, the Law Offices of Jonathan F. Marshall, include former county prosecutors who have handled hundreds of strong-arm and armed robbery cases over their 150 plus years in combined practice. To speak to one of the attorneys about your charge or to obtain assistance arranging bail, call our Mt. Laurel Office at 856-234-8900. Initial consultations are free of charge.
The lawyers at our firm defend robbery cases arising anywhere in Burlington County, including clients arrested in:
- Mount Laurel
- Maple Shade
- Burlington Township
Indicted For Robbery At the Burlington County Superior Court
Since robbery is always an indictable crime, the only place were someone can face an indictment is at the Superior Court in Mt. Holly. While you may have been arrested for this theft offense in Willingboro, Palmyra, Mount Laurel, or another town in the county, your charge will definitely end up in Mount Holly New Jersey. A jury sitting there will have to find that you attempted or committed a theft by inflicting bodily injury, using force, or threatening either. If you were armed or attempted to kill or inflict serious bodily injury on the victim, robbery is a first degree crime (i.e. armed robbery). In all other instances robbery is a second degree crime. You should also know that a robbery involving a car or other motor vehicle is termed carjacking and is always a first degree crime.
What Does The Burlington County Prosecutor Have To Prove In Order To Convict You Of Robbery In Mount Holly New Jersey?
What Are The Penalties For Robbery If You Are Convicted By A Jury In Mt. Holly?
The penalties for both first and second degree robbery are extreme if you are found guilty of this offense. The No Early Release Act applies in both instances and this law requires that a defendant serve at least 85% of any jail sentence imposed before they are eligible for parole. In the case of second degree robbery (a.k.a. strong arm), the range of incarceration is 5-10 years. The prison term for first degree robbery is 10-20 years. There is also the potential for a fine of up to $150,000 for a second degree and $200,000 for a first degree charge.
Mt. Laurel Robbery Offense Defense Attorneys
For anyone charged with an offense as violent as robbery, there is no room for representation by the inexperienced. The Burlington County Prosecutor’s Office takes N.J.S.A. 2C:15-1 charges just about as serious as any you could face and their marching orders are to get violent offenders off the street. The stakes are high for both sides so you cannot afford to retain anyone other than an attorney who is ready and able to defend you through trial. Our team of lawyers is certainly capable of fulfilling both of these requirements. We represent individuals arrested for robbery throughout Burlington including in Willingboro, Evesham, Moorestown, Willingboro and Burlington Township. You are invited to contact our Mount Holly Office at (609) 491-2110 so we can discuss the facts associated with your Burlington County Robbery Charge and advise you regarding your options.
Contact the lawyers on the Law Offices of Jonathan F. Marshall for skilled guidance defending a robbery offense charged in Evesham, Mount Laurel, Burlington Township, Florence, Bordentown, Medford, Willingboro, Pemberton, Moorestown or another municipality in Burlington County New Jersey.
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