Robbery charges arise from stealing something from a person while using a threat of force. These charges are very serious & can carry a term of imprisonment
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What should I do?
Robbery is a serious offence and you should get legal advice before going to court.
Defences can include whether the police can prove your identity, whether force was used “in order” to steal, whether you actually acquired a persons property and/or whether you had a belief in a right to the property.
Make sure you call a lawyer before speaking to police.
Will I go to jail?
Imprisonment is a common sentence for a charge of Robbery. If you are a suspect, it is vitally important to your defence that you speak to a Solicitor before you speak to the police.
Your defence can be compromised without proper advice on how to deal with your record of interview, identification parades, DNA requests or alibi evidence. Make sure to get advice before speaking to police.