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Robbery Attorney in Raleigh

What qualifies as robbery in North Carolina?

Under Article 17 of N.C. General Statutes, one could be charged with robbery if they have committed:

  • Robbery with firearms or other dangerous weapons
  • Common-law robbery
  • Train robbery
  • Safecracking.

Each carries different penalties under the law, depending on the nature and severity of the crime. For example, robbery with firearms or other dangerous weapons and train robbery are considered to be Class D Felony offenses, while common-law robbery and safecracking are treated as a Class G Felony and Class I Felony, respectively.

Since North Carolina assigns a certain level of points to each prior felony offense that an offender has on their record, one could be faced an enhanced prison sentence if they have a less than perfect criminal history. As such, it is highly recommended that you discuss your case with a Raleigh criminal attorney from our firm if you have been accused of committing a robbery—regardless of whether or not you have been convicted of a prior offense.

Learn How a Criminal Defense Attorney Can Help

As soon as you have been charged with a robbery offense, you should not hesitate to retain the help of Hopper Law Office. If you have been accused of carrying out an armed robbery, for example, you could be facing a minimum of 6 years and 8 months in jail—and that is if you do not have any priors on your criminal record. For this reason, there is no better time to take action in the interest of your defense than right now.

All you will need to do is pick up the phone and contact our firm to get started. When you call us toll-free at (919) 876-3300, our legal team can handle the rest.

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