The act of taking, or attempting to take, items from the control of another person by force, threat of force or by putting the victim in fear of immediate harm is considered robbery. While Utah’s robbery rates in 2005 was 44.3 per 100,000 people (among the lowest in the nation), the crime is still taken seriously by law enforcement and under the state criminal code. Additionally, alleged robbers may also face other related criminal offenses, separate from that of robbery.
Salt Lake City Robbery Defense Attorney
A robbery conviction can have disastrous real world consequences, including both criminal and civil penalties. Given the prevalence of background checks, it can also serve as a roadblock towards future employment options and housing opportunities.
Call (801) 455-1743 or send an online message for a free consultation with Darren M. Levitt, a dedicated Salt Lake City violent crime defense attorney. Darren M. Levitt represents men, women, and youth charged with felony robbery offenses. With what you stand to potentially lose, it’s critical to consider all of your legal options. And arrest does not mean that you will be convicted or face heavy penalties, especially with an experienced defense attorney at your side. Contact Levitt Legal today to learn more.
Utah Robbery Information Center
- Robbery Under Utah Law
- Aggravated Robbery Under Utah Statute Section 76-6-302
- Definition Of “In The Course Of Committing A Robbery”
- Utah Robbery Related Resources
Levitt Legal, PLLC | Utah Aggravated Robbery Defense Lawyer
Levitt Legal represents clients charged with Robbery in Salt Lake County, Tooele County, Summit County, and the surrounding communities. Whether you are facing robbery or aggravated robbery, you will gain the full benefit of Darren M. Levitt’s knowledge and dedication to your cause. However, it’s best to contact a defense attorney as soon after your initial arrest as possible. While you are waiting, the prosecution is gathering evidence to use against you.
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