Robbery Charges In Nevada
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Have you been charged with robbery? Unlike other theft crimes, there is
an assumed element of violence in robbery charges, which means that the
accused could become exposed to serious criminal penalties if convicted.
If you or a loved one have been accused, it is advised that you seek aggressive
and capable counsel immediately to start assessing your case.
Law Offices of Kenneth A. Stover, our experienced
Reno criminal defense lawyer has been fighting for Nevada's accused for more than 25 years. Over that
time, our firm has consistently secured favorable results for our clients
and ensured that their rights and interests were protected throughout
every stage of their case.
Want to learn what a proven defense firm can do for you and your charges?
Contact our firm today to start exploring your defense options.
Defining Robbery In Nevada
The word "robbery" is often used describe general theft in everyday
conversation. However, in a legal sense, it describes a very specific
crime: the taking of someone's property under the threat or use of force.
State statute NRS 200.380 describes the crime of robbery.
Penalties for a robbery conviction can include:
- Two to 15 years in prison
- Up to 30 years in prison, if a deadly weapon was involved
As you can see, the wide range of possible penalties makes having an effective
legal advocate by your side crucial when confronting your robbery charges.
As a former prosecutor, Attorney Kenneth Stover knows the challenges that
the accused face in serious cases and, both in and outside the courtroom,
is ready to ensure his client receives every consideration they deserve.
Do not wait to start fighting your robbery charge. Use our online form
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free case evaluation with our
Reno theft crime attorney today.