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statelaws.findlaw.com/california-law/california-robbery-laws.html

California state laws create two types of robbery -- first degree and second ... second degree robbery for all robberies that do not meet the definition of first ...

www.shouselaw.com/robbery.html

California robbery in the second degree is defined by the California ...

criminal-law.freeadvice.com/criminal-law/violent_crimes/robbery-degrees.htm

First degree robbery, second degree robbery and third degree robbery are serious crimes that may result in severe sentences.

www.njmoorelaw.com/robbery--theft-crimes

The difference between first and second degree robbery depends on the location where the robbery took place. Definition, Examples, Punishment, and ...

esfandilawfirm.com/crimes/ca-penal-code-211-robbery

Robbery, CA Penal Code 211, is defined by California as taking another ... Second degree robbery pertains to any robbery that does not follow under the ...

www.lacriminaldefenseattorney.com/Theft-Crimes/Robbery.aspx

The legal team at Stephen G. Rodriguez & Partners can put more than seven decades of ... In California, robbery is divided into crimes of the first and second degree. First degree robbery, which is defined under Penal Code Section 212.5( a), ...

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A person is guilty of robbery in the second degree when he forcibly steals property ... as defined in section one hundred twenty-five of the vehicle and traffic law.

www.new-york-lawyers.org/robbery-in-the-second-degree-new-york-penal-law-160-10.html

Robbery in the Second Degree (New York Penal Law 160.10) is just as ... New York Law and both require a mandatory minimum term of three and one half ...

law.justia.com/codes/louisiana/2006/146/78601.html

2006 Louisiana Laws - RS 14:64.4 — Second degree robbery ... (2) For purposes of this Section, "serious bodily injury" means bodily injury which involves ...

www.neworleans-criminal-defense.com/attorney-blog/2011/11/25/second-degree-robbery-louisiana-law

... Degree Robbery — Louisiana Law. Posted 9:15 pm by Elizabeth B. Carpenter & filed under Crime of Violence, Crimes Defined, Criminal Statutes, Robbery.