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Unarmed Robbery

Robbery Charges Defense in Michigan


Unarmed robbery is a major felony where a conviction will likely result in jail or even significant prison time. Per the Michigan Robbery statute, MCL 750.530, someone who, in the course of committing a larceny of any money or other property that may be the subject of larceny, uses force or violence against any person who is present, or who assaults or puts the person in fear, is guilty of a felony punishable by imprisonment for not more than 15 years.

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Robbery cases can result in a major felony conviction in Michigan and often result in a jail or prison sentence. Unarmed robbery in Michigan may result in damaging criminal penalties, while the use of any force or threats against anyone present can further amplify the potential criminal penalties.

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If you or someone you know is accused of taking money or property from someone without consent, you may be subject to robbery charges and should speak with a lawyer immediately. If you are convicted of robbery it could damage your career and other opportunities to secure employment. An experienced Michigan attorney can help you avoid jail and the life-changing penalties that could result from a conviction.

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At Rudoi Law we are experienced unarmed robbery attorneys. If you have been charged with a felony for unarmed robbery, contact us immediately. We will help you take care of robbery felonies so you don’t have to compromise your reputation and career.