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This carries a penalty of two to twenty years in a state prison and/or a fine of no more than $10,000. If the crime is elevated to that of aggravated robbery, the ...

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The penalty for an aggravated robbery conviction will vary depending on the circumstances. The value of the property stolen will be factored into the sentence.

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Aggravated robbery charges involve theft which includes the use of a deadly weapon, accomplice, or infliction of serious bodily injury on the victim. Robbery is  ...

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I've done time on that kind of sentence here in Texas. It's a first degree .... He got a life sentence for aggravated robbery with a deadly weapon.

www.cga.ct.gov/2000/rpt/2000-R-0510.htm

May 5, 2000 ... You asked whether there is a mandatory minimum sentence for armed robbery, and what the standard sentence is for a first-time offender ...

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Aggravated robbery is a first degree felony carrying up to life in prison as the punishment. It does not matter which one had the gun; a party or ...

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Also, per A.R.S. §13-1903, “Aggravated Robbery” occurs when the defendant has an ... This is a class three (3) felony and is more serious than regular Robbery.

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Aggravated Robbery, however, is a far more serious charge. It is classified as a first degree felony, which carries up to 99 years in prison. It also carries a ...

www.criminaldefenselawyer.com/crime-penalties/federal/Armed-Robbery.htm

A person commits armed robbery when he takes something from someone else, using violence or intimidation, while carrying a dangerous weapon.