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Houston Robbery Lawyer

Attorney Greg Tsioros

Robbery

Robbery Charge Lawyer in Houston: Brazoria, Ft. Bend, Galveston, Harris & Montgomery Counties

The State of Texas is tough on crime especially offenses as serious as robbery. Texas defines robbery as the forceful taking of someone else’s property. For example, when someone merely enters another person’s home without permission and steals their property without the use of force it would be considered a burglary. On the other hand, if there was someone in the home that was unlawfully forced to relinquish their property, it would be considered a robbery.

Experienced Robbery Charge Defense

If you are being investigated in a robbery case or have already been formally charged it is imperative that you begin protecting your rights immediately by consulting with an experienced Houston robbery attorney. You could be facing penalties such as incarceration and fines if you do not mount a vigorous defense to these serious charges. The staff at the Law Office of Greg Tsioros has extensive experience in successfully defending people accused of robbery.

Houston Robbery Charge Punishments

Robbery is a crime that can result in a broad spectrum of penalties depending on the circumstances of the specific offense that is being charged. A Texas second degree felony is very serious and could result in incarceration from 2 to 20 years and fines up to $10,000. A robbery will be considered a second degree felony if, during the commission of a theft, a person:

  • Knowingly, intentionally or carelessly causes physical injury to someone else.
  • Knowingly or intentionally threatens another person with physical injury or death.
  • Knowingly or intentionally places another person in fear of being physically injured or killed.

Additionally, an aggravated robbery charge can fall under the first degree felony category which may result in life imprisonment. A robbery will be charged as a first degree felony if, while in commission of a theft, the accused:

  • Causes serious physical injury to someone else.
  • Uses or brandishes a deadly weapon.
  • Threatens or places a person who is over age 65 or disabled in fear of bodily injury or death.
Contact Houston Robbery Attorney – Greg Tsioros

If you or a loved one is facing a Houston area robbery or aggravated robbery charge, you deserve an aggressive defense in order to protect your reputation and livelihood. The professionals at the Law Office of Greg Tsioros are committed to mounting an effective defense for each of our clients. Contact us today to begin planning your custom defense: (832) 752-5972.