In the United States, robbery is generally treated as an aggravated form of
common law larceny. The elements of robbery are:.
The FBI's Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) Program defines robbery as the taking
or attempting to take anything of value from the care, custody, or control of a ...
According to the 2006 FBI Uniform Crime Reports, 447,403 robberies were
reported to the police at the rate of one per minute in the United States. This is an
United States law regarding robbery has its roots in the common law that we
inherited from the English legal system. While most states have codified their ...
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In 2010, one robbery occurred every 1.4 minutes in the United States. ... In 2010,
robbery was the most likely offense to involve an armed offender (44 percent).
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Title 18, section 2113 of the United States Code is the Federal criminal bank
robbery statute. Section 2113 outlines and defines prohibited criminal conduct ...
In this guide, a street robbery is defined as a crime with the following five ...
Offenders tend to be in their late teens and early 20s.3 In the United States,
Robbery Offenses. (October 2015) In fiscal year 2014, there were 1,721 robbery
offenders accounting for 2.5% of all offenders sentenced under the guidelines.