Aggravated robbery is a serious criminal allegation, and a skilled, knowledgeable Denver criminal defense attorney is required to defend one so accused.
In certain circumstances, one may be charged with aggravated robbery if he or she, during the robbery or flight therefrom:
- With the intent to, if resisted, kill, wound, or maim another person, is armed with a deadly weapon; or,
- Strikes a person with a deadly weapon, or puts another person in fear of death or bodily injury through the use of a deadly weapon; or,
- Has an accomplice who, with the use of a deadly weapon, puts a person in reasonable fear of death or bodily injury; or,
- States he is armed or has an object which is represented to be a deadly weapon.
Aggravated robbery is a class 3 felony, subject to an enhanced sentencing range.
When charged with aggravated robbery, a skilled Denver criminal defense lawyer is essential. Contact our Denver criminal defense attorney today to discuss your options.