Experienced Robbery Defense Lawyers Representing Clients Throughout Minnesota

Robbery involves using force or the threat of force to take property from another person. Robbery charges are more serious if a weapon is used or if the accused physically harms the alleged victim. Simple Robbery carries a maximum penalty of ten (10) years, $20,000 fine, or both; Aggravated Robbery in the First Degree carries a penalty of twenty (20) years, $35,000 fine, or both; Aggravated Robbery in the Second Degree carries a penalty of fifteen (15) years, $30,000 fine, or both.

If you have been accused of a theft-related crime or if you believe you are under investigation for robbery, it is important to speak to an experienced St. Paul, criminal defense lawyer as soon as possible. At Ryan Pacyga Criminal Defense, an attorney is available to speak with you 24 hours a day, 365 days a week. Call us now at 612-474-5420. Our criminal defense attorneys have a record of success defending clients charged with simple robbery and aggravated robbery. We understand that prosecutors can overcharge or mistakenly charge defendants accused of robbery.

We have been successful in negotiating reductions in the charges against our clients, including dismissals if appropriate. We have also taken robbery cases to trial and won.

Each case is unique. To discuss the specifics of your robbery case, please contact us by email or call Ryan Pacyga Criminal Defense today at 612-474-5420. Our legal team represents people charged with robbery in the Twin Cities metro area and throughout Minnesota.