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Denver Robbery Attorney | Man Accused of Robbing Bank Turns Himself In

Posted by Terry O'Malley | Jan 25, 2017 | 0 Comments

Usually, when you hear of people committing Robbery, you don't normally hear of them waiting to be arrested by police. That was the case for one 70-year-old man, who allegedly robbed a bank because he and his wife had an argument and he “no longer wanted to be in that situation.” After robbing the bank, the man sat in the bank's lobby with the money and told a security guard that he was the guy they were looking for. In Denver, the man would be facing charges of Robbery, C.R.S. 18-4-301.

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Robbery in Douglas County | Robbery Charged when Taking Item by Force

In Douglas County, Robbery, C.R.S. 18-4-301, is charged whenever someone knowingly takes anything of value from a person or presence of another by the use of force, threats, or intimidation. Because the 70-year-old man took money from a bank, by the use of either force, threats or intimidation, he would face Robbery charges.

Robbery Charges in Arapahoe and Adams County | Common Ways Robbery Charges Can Be Filed

In Arapahoe and Adams County, people may face Robbery charges after a Theft or Domestic Violence, or Burglary went out of control. Couples who are going through a divorce or break-up can face charges of Robbery if, during the separation, they take the partner's property by threat or force. In other cases, someone undergoing financial stress may take an item from a store, and when confronted by a store employee, get into a physical altercation over the item. When situations are heated or times are difficult, people can often do things they wouldn't normally do, and face Robbery charges as a result. Whatever the situation and reason for your Robbery charges, always involve a knowledgeable criminal defense attorney in your criminal case.

Robbery Attorney in Jefferson County | Call the O'Malley Law Office

In Jefferson County, Robbery is a class 4 felony, but it can be filed as a class 3 felony (Aggravated Robbery, C.R.S. 18-4-302) if a deadly weapon is involved or an item believed to be a deadly weapon is involved. Both a class 3 felony and class 4 felony Robbery conviction can come with lengthy prison sentences, fines and a criminal record. Consult a Robbery criminal lawyer right away if you or a loved one is facing Robbery accusations or charges in Colorado. You cannot afford to fight the government alone.

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If you or a loved one has been charged with Robbery or Aggravated Robbery in Colorado, be smart and exercise your right to remain silent. Then, contact a Robbery attorney at the O'Malley Law Office at 303-830-0880. Together, we can protect your future.Request a Free Consultation

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