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Armed Robbery Defense Lawyers in Westchester County
Protecting Clients from Criminal Convictions
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Robbery goes beyond theft by using the threat of physical violence. While this obviously includes the use of weapons, it can also include the threat of a deadly weapon, such as pointing your finger at someone to mimic possession of a gun. Any robbery charge can be prosecuted as a felony, resulting in potential prison sentences of up to 25 years and fines of up to $5,000. Make sure you have a Westchester County criminal defense lawyer on your side who can help you protect yourself. Call Riebling & Payton, PLLC today for a free consultation.
Fighting for a Favorable Outcome
Because robbery is considered a violent crime, prosecutors and judges are likely to fight for harsh sentences. It will be important for you to have a well-prepared defense to avoid being convicted. If you are convicted of robbery, a good defense platform may be able to help you have the charges reduced. Let Riebling & Payton, PLLC help you make the best use of the legal options you have available.
Our firm can help you demonstrate that:
- You had no deadly weapon and could not have inflicted serious harm
- You were under duress to commit robbery
- Your mental state led you to do things you would otherwise not do
- You were a victim of entrapment
- You are too young to face adult criminal penalties
Dial (914) 712-6878 Now
With over 50 years of combined experience of proven legal representation for our clients, we understand the strategies used by prosecutors to paint accused parties as guilty. We want to help you tell your side of the story and obtain the best possible outcome for your situation. During your free consultation, we can go over the charges and evidence against you to create an effective defense.
Don’t wait to get started. Dial (914) 712-6878 now to schedule your free consultation with Riebling & Payton, PLLC.