What Is Sentence for Unarmed Robbery?

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According to section 8(1) of the Theft Act 1968, robbery is an indictable offence which occurs if the defendant steals and, immediately before or at the time of doing so, uses force on any person or seeks to put any person in fear of being subjected to force. This also refers to unarmed robbery and the maximum sentencing of such a crime is life imprisonment.
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There is no specific sentence for armed robbery. At times you can walk away with probation if no one was hurt. At most one can be jailed for a maximum of 15 years.
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15 years.
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In juvenile law the sentence (called a disposition) is far more varied than in an adult court. It can range from a simple grant of probation to a commitment to state prison for up
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Assuming it was a robbery not connected with an ATM or other reason to make it first degree robbery. I'll also assume the victim did not suffer substantial injury or was in a class
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A maximum of 15 years, though a first offense would likely get just probation.
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