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Robbery/Larceny Attorney In New York

If you or anyone you know is arrested for robbery or any type of larceny, contact the Law Offices of Iannuzzi and Iannuzzi for legal assistance. Our legal team has experience in this arena, and we are equipped to help you navigate the legal process. You don't need to try to walk through these charges alone. Contact our firm any time of the day or night, any day of the year - we're here to assist you with all your legal needs for a robbery or larceny charge.

Robbery & Larceny Defined

Robbery is the taking and carrying away of another person’s property by force, or fear. Robbery, especially armed robbery, is a serious violent felony which carries extreme penalties in every state.

Robbery is often classified as first degree robbery, second degree robbery or third degree robbery, according to the circumstances surrounding the crime. All three classifications can result in a long prison sentence, restitution, and/or fines. A robbery conviction may also result in a life sentence behind bars, or even the death penalty. When sentencing is enforced, a judge may also take into consideration any past criminal convictions on a person’s record in order to insure that the public is protected.

Larceny is the legal term used to represent theft without the threat of force.

Our Legal Assistance

Violent crimes are vigorously prosecuted, especially when the victim has actually suffered injury. Futhermore, people charged with aiding or abetting robberies may also receive harsh sentences. Our firm has extensive experience defending individuals charged with violent crimes. We know how to navigate the system, and we can help save you and your family a great deal of time, and a great deal of grief. We are also able to defend those accused of larceny.

Our attorneys will work vigorously to lower the charges, and to obtain the smallest sentence available. Contact us today to learn more.

Additional Information

The initial stages of a robbery or larceny investigation are the most criticial. If you or a person you know is arrested on suspicion of robbery or larceny, it is important that nothing is signed or initialed. An experienced attorney will know what to do and when to do it, so don't speak to anyone until your lawyer is present.
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