Robbery Cases

When you or a loved one is charged with a robbery case, you need an aggressive lawyer with the experience and legal knowledge it takes to get you the best result possible. The best robbery lawyers have experience, investigate their cases thoroughly, and aren't afraid to fight for their clients. If you're looking for that type of lawyer, you've found Mike Howard, award-winning Dallas criminal lawyer.

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State of Texas vs. X.M. -- case DISMISSED!

State of Texas vs. D.D. -- case NO-BILLED by the grand jury!

State of Texas vs. R.V. -- case reduced to a misdemeanor deferred probation!

State of Texas vs. T.M. -- case reduced to a misdemeanor time served!

State of Texas vs. J.R. -- deferred probation with drug treatment

State of Texas vs. B.G. -- deferred probation with mental health treatment


A person commits robbery if, during the commission of committing theft, they intentionally, knowingly, or recklessly cause bodily injury to another or intentionally or knowingly threaten or place another in fear of imminent bodily injury or death. The threat or causing of bodily injury must be done with the intent to obtain or maintain control over the property being stolen. Robbery is a second-degree felony carrying a possible range of punishment of 2 - 20 years in prison and up to a $10,000 fine.

Aggravated Robbery

A person commits aggravated robbery they commit robbery (above) and causes serious bodily jury, uses or exhibits a deadly weapon, or causes bodily injury to or places a person in fear of imminent bodily injury or death who is 65 years of age or older or disabled. Aggravated robbery is a first-degree felony carrying a possible range of punishment of 5 - 99 years or life in prison and up to a $10,000 fine.

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