Robbery Charges

Fight Back Against Robbery Charges

Fight Back Against Robbery Charges

Talk to a theft and robbery attorney in Colorado Springs, CO

If you've been charged with simple or aggravated robbery, it can feel like the cards are deeply stacked against you. Without an experienced robbery attorney, you could be facing jail time, heavy fines and a criminal record. The Griffin Law Firm will stand in your corner and fight for your rights. We represent clients charged with robbery throughout the Colorado Springs, CO area.

We'll meet with you to get all the facts and hear your side of the story. Then, we can gather witnesses, collect evidence and present a strong argument for your innocence.

Call 719-227-1101 today to retain a skilled robbery attorney.

Understand the key differences between simple and aggravated robbery

The end result of a robbery charge can quickly elevate to high-class felonies if certain factors are present. Speak with an attorney to understand how your particular robbery case is being charged and why. Colorado has two main robbery charges:

Simple robbery is a form of theft defined by taking anything of value from another person by the use force, threats or intimidation. Robbery also requires that the victim be present while the act is occurring. Robbery is punishable up 6 years in prison, and under some circumstances as many as 12 year and fines of up to $500,000.
Aggravated robbery may be charged if you possessed a deadly weapon and either used it or threatened to use it. If your accomplice committed these acts, you may still be charged with aggravated robbery. Aggravated robbery carries a mandatory 10-32 years in prison and up to $750,000 in fines.

Committing robbery to take a controlled substance is substantially worse. No matter what type of charge you're dealing with, count on a robbery attorney at The Griffin Law Firm to give you best chance at a favorable outcome.