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Robbery Charges in St. Louis County

In Missouri, Robbery is a felony and can be punishable by up to 30 years or life in prison. Prosecutors in St. Louis county actively pursue these cases and attempt to get convictions with serious penalties for citizens accused of robbery and other felony crimes.

Two teens were recently arrested in north St. Louis County for allegedly robbing a man at gunpoint and shooting him. Police say the two suspects fled and were later taken into custody by police.

Cases like this are serious and require a serious defense from a St. Louis Criminal Defense Attorney. Because of details of the allegations, prosecutors may charge someone in this situation with assault or other charges. A robbery defense lawyer in St. Louis County can look at the details of the case and protect you in court against whatever actions you are being accused of. A St. Louis attorney like John Schleiffarth of JCS Law with experience handling felony charges may be able to help you get charges reduced or in some cases dropped.

If you or someone you love has been charged with felony robbery, you should not waste any time in hiring an attorney to protect you and your rights.

Source: kmov.com, “2 teens arrested after man robbed, shot in St. Louis County,” May 13, 2014

Man charged with robbing Missouri Bank

A Missouri man is being charged with 2 counts of First-degree Bank Robbery after allegedly robbing an Irondale, Missouri bank on two separate occasions. Police say that charges came after they compared surveillance video with photos of the man and his vehicles.

Robbery in the first-degree is a class A felony in Missouri. If you or a loved one has been arrested and charged with robbery in Missouri, if convicted, you could face up to 30 years in prison. These are very serious charges that require a bold and aggressive defense. A criminal defense like John C. Schleiffarth of JCS Law may be able to get your charges reduced.

Source:  dailyjournalonline.com, “Bond set for robbery suspect” March 27, 2014.