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Armed Robbery

Robbery is a felony crime in which the defendant takes or attempts to take the property of another from their person or presence, and this charge is increased if a weapon was involved in the commission of the theft. Under Illinois law, a person could be charged with armed robbery if, during the commission of the alleged theft, the defendant used or threatened to use a dangerous weapon. The weapon does not necessarily have to be a firearm, but it does have to be a weapon capable of inflicting bodily harm and be foreign to the crime scene.

Armed robbery is a Class X felony that carries a mandatory sentence of 6 to 60 years in prison. Under Illinois State Law, there is no possibility of probation for a person convicted of a Class X felony. Under certain circumstances, a conviction for a Class X felony can carry a prison sentence that can be extended by 30 to 60 years in prison.

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Regardless of how much evidence you believe police have against you, it is in your best interest to retain the representation of a skilled Chicago criminal defense attorney who will fight tirelessly to protect your freedoms and rights. With our dedication, hard work, and knowledge, the lawyers at our firm have secured the release of many accused criminals who had the odds stacked against them.

When on trial for armed robbery, it is important to choose an attorney with experience defending all types of theft cases, including armed robbery and aggravated robbery. Our criminal defense team understands the nuances of the various theft crimes, their penalties, and how they are best fought. We have a long track record of successfully defending clients who have been charged with serious offenses such as armed robbery, and we are committed to providing you with the effective advocacy you deserve. Don't leave your case in the hands of a weak public defender; call our powerful firm today!

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