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Aggravated Robbery

Aggravated Robbery Defense Attorney in Chicago

We Fight Tirelessly for the Criminally Accused

In Illinois, there is a fine line between standard robbery and aggravated robbery charges. The difference in the penalties for these crimes, however, is substantial. If convicted of aggravated robbery, you could face a far longer prison sentence and even harsher penalties.

At the Law Office of Steven Fine, we stand up for the criminally accused. Our aggravated robbery defense attorney in Chicago can craft and present an effective case on your behalf. Our goal is to get your charges reduced or to have your case dismissed altogether. Whatever the circumstances of your situation may be, rest assured that we have your best interests in mind. Attorney Steven Fine is poised and ready to fight for you.

Contact us today at (312) 436-0638.

What Is Aggravated Robbery?

In Illinois, robbery is defined as taking someone else’s property by threatening to use force. It is a class 2 felony with a possible prison sentence of three to seven years.

Aggravated robbery, the slightly heightened charge, is when the perpetrator indicates to the victim that they have a dangerous weapon – even if they were not armed at all.

A dangerous weapon could be:

  • A gun
  • An ax
  • A sword
  • A knife
  • A bludgeon

Aggravated robbery is a class 1 felony. If convicted, you could face anywhere from four to 15 years in prison on top of hefty fines and other consequences. Given the severe penalties associated with this crime, it is vital that you retain a knowledgeable and trusted aggravated robbery defense lawyer in Chicago. Attorney Steven Fine is up to the challenge.

Why Choose the Law Office of Steven Fine?

As a pragmatic and accomplished criminal defense lawyer, Attorney Steven Fine has the experience needed to effectively defend you against an aggravated robbery charge. Your case is in good hands at our firm.

Call (312) 436-0638 now to schedule a free consultation.

Testimonials

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Case Results

  • Dismissed People v CR
  • Dismissed People v DG
  • Defendant was found not guilty of all charges. People v EA
  • The defendant was found not guilty of murder. People v MC
  • Defendant was found not guilty of all charges. People v JV
  • The defendant was found not guilty at trial. People v RG
  • The case was dismissed. People v SB
  • The defendant was found not guilty of the charge People v QH
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