Aggravated robbery is defined as “…a serious crime that involves not only a theft, but also injuries to the victim.” Most states differentiate between what is known as simple robbery, or theft, and aggravated robbery. Aggravated robbery means the offender either was armed with a deadly weapon, had an accomplice, or actually inflicted serious bodily harm on the victim. Some states consider the threat of bodily harm as part of aggravated robbery. Aggravated robbery may also include threatening someone with a deadly weapon, even if there isn’t one. If the victim perceives deadly weapon, the charge could stick.
If you get arrested in Farmington for aggravated robbery, you need a Farmington aggravated robbery attorney who can defend you successfully and put you in the best position possible. Jardine Law Offices has a team of legal professionals who know the system inside-out, and we pride ourselves on our stellar track record when it comes to defending our clients.