What Is Common Law Robbery?

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Common law robbery is defined other than robbery with a firearm or other dangerous weapon. It is taking the property of another person by force, with the intent to permanently deprive the person of the property. Common law is the definition of a crime a state would use if their legislative body had not codified the crime in a statute. Statutory and common law exist simultaneously.
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(in the US) There is no such thing as "common law" robbery. All robberies are STATUTORY offenses.
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Depends not only on the state, but even the individual county, along with the specif facts of the accusation. It could range from a couple thousand to a $100,000. Maybe even more.
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1. Know the law in your area. Different countries and even different states and provinces may have different definitions. Some states use the term putative spouse meaning someone
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Not a straight answer, I know, but the best books I know for a general introduction to the history of law, both common and civil, are the two volumes of "Law and Revolution"
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