New Jersey Robbery Lawyers
If an individual were to take an unattended purse, for example, he or she might face larceny charges. If that person grabbed the purse off the body of an individual with force, he or she might instead face the more severe charge of robbery. If you or your loved one has been charged with any degree of robbery, you could be facing up to 25 years in prison, depending upon the circumstances of your alleged theft crime.
Time is of the essence in robbery cases. Don’t wait until you are charged to hire a New Jersey criminal attorney. If you are under investigation for the crime of robbery, contact Aiello, Harris, Abate, Law Group PC, robbery attorneys at once. Waiting for a formal charge closes many available options that our robbery attorneys could take to defend you or your loved one.
Robbery charges can be very upsetting and traumatic to the person facing the charges. That is why it is very important that you have the type of aggressive and experienced defense that you can count on. Our attorneys Aiello, Harris, Abate, Law Group PC, stand ready to fully investigate your case entirely in order to prepare the best possible defense. Call our office today to schedule your free consultation.
Defending serious accusations of robbery
A conviction for armed robbery can be potentially life devastating. When accused of robbery charges, ensure that your future is protected by contacting Aiello, Harris, Abate, Law Group PC, attorneys. Our theft attorneys understand the seriousness of these criminal charges. As former prosecutors, our attorneys have unique insight into the prosecution’s defense strategies, which gives us the upper hand as we know what to expect.
Felony Charges And Robbery
With our extensive experience with felony charges, you can rest assured that you are in competent legal hands. The sooner that you inform us of you issues, the sooner we can make sure you are properly defended.
Possible consequences for a conviction on the charge of robbery include but not limited to:
- Probation or parole
- Long-term imprisonment
- Significant fines above and beyond restitution
- Loss of the right to be bonded, which has many employment consequences
- Payment of restitution to the victim
- Court ordered counseling
Defenses of Robbery may potentially include but not limited to:
- Demonstrating insufficient evidence
- Proving you are the true owner of property alleged to have been stolen
- Proving factual innocence beyond reasonable doubt
Contact our New Jersey robbery lawyers
Robbery cases can be difficult to defend in a court of law and therefore it is important to have experienced and savvy legal representation that can help you gather and sort through the evidence of your case. If you have been accused of robbery with violence in New Jersey, contact Aiello, Harris, Abate, Law Group PC today and we will be more than happy to answer your questions and address your concerns.
Our criminal attorneys keep flexible office hours, with weekend appointments available, and for your convenience we can meet you in your home or jail or prison if you cannot travel to our office.We offer flexible scheduling and payment options. Call us today to set up an initial consultation; we’re standing by to assist you at (908) 561-5577 or contact us online