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Effective Defense Against Robbery Charges in Minnesota
Robbery is a serious crime involving force or the threat of force. You can face up to 10 years in prison if you are convicted of simple robbery in Minnesota. Aggravated robbery can lead to a prison sentence of up to 20 years.
You owe it to yourself to choose an experienced and tenacious criminal defense attorney to protect your rights under the circumstances.
I am attorney Murad Mohammad. I have handled hundreds of cases for clients in the Twin Cities area and throughout Minnesota. I use my experience and my understanding of Minnesota courts to protect my clients in a wide range of criminal cases, including robbery.
Understanding the Criminal Justice System
Prosecutors employ a variety of tactics to get the results they want. One common tactic is to overcharge a defendant to get him or her to agree to plead guilty to a lesser offense.
The difference between first- or second-degree aggravated robbery and simple robbery or even theft is small enough that prosecutors can often plausibly charge you with any of them.
The criminal justice system has many traps for people who do not have the experience to see them. That is why it is so important to find a lawyer who can guide you and protect you through the process.
A Violent Crime
Robbery is different from theft in that it is considered a violent crime. A felony like robbery carries harsh penalties and can make it very difficult to make your way through life.
If you are convicted, the time you serve could be just the beginning of your problems. If you can avoid a conviction or have the charges against you reduced, it can make all the difference in your life.
Call an Attorney Who Will Stand With You At All Times
Criminal trials can be confusing, intimidating and stressful for someone who stands accused.
The best thing to do is to not stand alone.
I can help you fight the charges against you. If you have been arrested for robbery, call me at 651.283.5324 or contact me by email as soon as possible. I can answer your questions and explain your options during a free, confidential consultation.