In the State of South Carolina, Robbery is defined as the taking of property from another person without consent. Robbery is broken down into Armed Robbery and Common Law Robbery (Strong Arm Robbery) with each having its own elements, penalties, and consequences. Regardless of what you have been charged with, you need an experienced attorney to represent you.
There are a wide range of consequences that can result from a conviction for Robbery. Armed Robbery carries a minimum sentence of 10 years up to 30 years and Common Law Robbery carries a sentence of up to 15 years.
If you have been charged with Robbery you need an experienced Criminal Defense Attorney that can protect your rights. Contact the Criminal Defense Lawyers of Templeton Mims & Ward to make sure that you get the best possible results in your case.
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