Statuteedit]. See sections 40 to 43 of the Larceny Act 1861. Section 23 of the
Larceny Act 1916 read: 23.-(1) Every person who -.
In most states, “armed robbery” is not a distinct crime. Instead, defendants are
charged with a crime known as “aggravated robbery.” Using a dangerous
United States law regarding robbery has its roots in the common law that we ...
the victim suffers injury, the robbery may be charged as "armed" or "aggravated.
May 5, 2000 ... IMPRISONMENT FOR ARMED ROBBERY. ... Connecticut laws/regulations; ...
sentence is for a first-time offender convicted of armed robbery.
Armed robbery is a theft that is combined with use of force and the presence,
pretense, or use of a weapon. It is considered a higher category of offenses
Penalties for armed robbery can include jail time of up to fifteen years and
probation, and ... The crime also counts as a strike under the state's three strikes
Arrested for (armed) 'Robbery' under California Penal Code 211 pc? Former DAs
(now criminal defense lawyers) explain the laws & how to fight the charge.
Whoever, by force and violence, or by intimidation, takes, or attempts to take, from
the person or presence of another, or obtains or attempts to obtain by extortion ...
Bank robbery, a felony, has three methods: unarmed, armed, and by inference
such as receiving, possessing, concealing, storing, selling, disposing or bartering