Charged with Robbery in South Bend?
Our Trusted Defense Lawyers are Ready to Protect Your Rights
Have you been charged with robbery? If so, you could be exposed to significant
felony penalties. At Wruble Law Group, our proven South Bend criminal
defense attorneys know what it takes to protect our clients’ rights
before the law—even in the face of the most serious of allegations.
The individuals and families that come to our firm can rest assured that
their best interests in this matter will remain a priority and that every
avenue towards a reduction or dismissal of the robbery charge will be
Ensure that your side of the story is heard.
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Robbery in Indiana
Ind. Code § 35-42-5-1 defines someone accused of robbery as "a
person who knowingly or intentionally takes property from another person
or from the presence of another person" by threatening the use of
force on the victim or putting them in fear. The seriousness of this crime
also depends on other circumstances of the alleged incident.
Robbery charges in Indiana include:
- Class C felony: simple robbery
- Class B felony: when a deadly weapon is used or someone is hurt
- Class A felony: when someone is seriously hurt
If a conviction is reached, the penalties for these
theft crime charges vary depending on the felony class. A class C felony can result
in a maximum of 8 years in prison and up to $10,000 in fines. A class
A felony can result in a maximum of 50 years in prison and up to $10,000
in fines. For more information on what specific consequences you could
be facing, contact our firm today.
Formidable Defense on Your Side
Following a criminal charge, it may seem as if you have seemingly endless
choices in who to select for legal representation. Wruble Law Group, however,
offers what many other firms cannot: four decades of combined criminal
defense experience and an unwavering commitment to personalized and dynamic
advocacy both in and outside the courtroom.
When protecting your future, choose counsel that's ready to fight for
you. Contact us today to request a
free initial case evaluation.