First degree robbery, second degree robbery and third degree robbery are
serious crimes that may result in severe sentences.
(a) A person is guilty of robbery in the first degree when the person commits the
crime of robbery in the second degree and when, in the course of the ...
Normal robbery is usually a second degree felony in most states, but can become
a first degree felony if the robber uses a dangerous weapon or attempts to kill ...
May 5, 2000 ... There is a mandatory sentence of five years for robbery in the first degree when
armed with a deadly weapon. The Department of Correction ...
Degrees of Robbery and Attempted Robbery. Page 1 of 2. SECTION 1. Robbery
in the first degree. (A) A person is guilty of robbery in the first degree if the ...
(a) Any person who commits or attempts to commit robbery by: (1) Committing ...
is guilty of robbery in the first degree and, upon conviction thereof, shall be ...
A conviction for armed robbery can mean up to 25 years in prison without a
strong criminal defense. Even if the sentence is reduced, a charge of first degree
Oct 2, 2015 ... Council Bluffs police have arrested an 18-year-old on suspicion of robbing a man
with a knife.
Oct 1, 2015 ... We, the jury, find the defendant, BILLOT MILLER, NOT GUILTY of the crime of
ROBBERY IN THE FIRST DEGREE. Click here for MILLER, ...