Smart, Savvy Defense Against Robbery Charges In Lackawanna County

Pennsylvania’s robbery statute defines the offense as a theft crime that involves the defendant’s usage of force or threat to injure a victim or multiple victims. The consequences of a robbery charge can include decades in prison – during this time of crisis; you should not hesitate to retain effective legal counsel.

An arrest is not a conviction, and there is still hope to build the defense you need at Thompson Law. Scranton theft crime attorney William D. Thompson will be on your side, and you can trust that he will be diligent in fighting every piece of evidence that is presented against you.

Retain aggressive legal representation from the Thompson Law by calling 570-846-2819 today. Se habla español.

Pennsylvania’s Robbery Laws

Depending on the nature and circumstances of the offense, robbery can be charged as a first-degree, second-degree or third-degree felony. The penalties range between each felony – a first-degree felony can result in a sentence of up to 20 years in prison while the penalty for a third-degree felony is seven years in prison.

Robbery typically includes the following criminal elements:

  • The offense caused serious bodily injury or harm to someone
  • Threats to commit any first or second-degree felony
  • Threatened someone to the point of making them fear for their life or well being

The best way to understand your options and the charges you face is to speak with an experienced defense lawyer.

Secure The Defense You Need With 20 Years Of Experience

Mr. Thompson has been named in the Top 100 Trial Lawyers by The National Trial Lawyers and was awarded for his excellence in client satisfaction by the American Institute of Criminal Law Attorneys. His mission is to work tirelessly to secure a favorable outcome in your case. When your rights and liberties are hanging in the balance, you need a top defense attorney on your side of the courtroom.

The firm is available 24/7 to address your questions and concerns. Contact Mr. Thompson today.