Second Degree Robbery?


Second degree robbery is the act of forcibly stealing property from someone with the assistance of another person who is normally the look out. If any physical injury is inflicted on the victim or there is use of a weapon such as a gun or firearm, then the accused could face three and a half years in prison.
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2 to 5 years in a state prison.
That varies from state to state, but generally it is robbery with the threat of a
A second degree felony is for aiders and abettors that are present at the scene of the crime. Felons that are charged with felonies can receive probation or imprisonment.
RCW 9A.56.210 Robbery in the second degree. (1) A person is guilty of robbery in the second degree if he commits robbery. (2) Robbery in the second degree is a class B felony. [1975
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The definition of third degree robbery is robbery with the use of force or an offensive weapon. Second degree robbery is robbery committed with an accomplice present ...
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