San Antonio Robbery Lawyers
Trusted Criminal Defense in San Antonio
Robbery is a second-degree felony, punishable by a fine not to exceed $10,000.00
and not less than 2 or more than 20 years in prison. It is possible to
receive probation if sentenced to less than 10 years and the term of probation
can be for up to 10 years.
Aggravated robbery is committing a robbery and one of the following aggravating factors:
- Causing serious bodily injury to any person
- Using or exhibiting a deadly weapon
- Causing bodily injury or threatening imminent bodily injury to a person
over 65 years old or a disabled person
Aggravated robbery is a first-degree felony, punishable by a fine not to
exceed $10,000.00 and not less than 5 or more than 99 years in prison
or life. There are restrictions on probation eligibility, so consult an
attorney. At Bloomquist & Compton, Attorneys at Law, our San Antonio
robbery attorneys work hard to defend our clients in complex
theft crime cases. We know how these cases are approached by the prosecution and we
can plan accordingly.
Representation in High-Profile Cases
The news grabbing headlines of deadly store robberies and fear inducing
specter of home invasion robberies has caught the attention of prosecutors,
potential jurors, and judges. This has raised the stakes in an already
high-risk game. With long potential sentences and limited probation eligibility,
aggravated robbery is one of the most serious criminal offenses in Texas.
High-quality legal representation is a must for anyone charged with robbery
or aggravated robbery and this starts with experience. We have handled
numerous robbery and aggravated robbery cases. Our San Antonio robbery
lawyers have the experience and Attorney Bloomquist has tried aggravated
robbery cases to Texas juries. With experience on both sides of the law
as a criminal defense attorney and as a former prosecutor, this gives
us unique insight into these cases. We use this insight to identify the
strongest course of action and the most effective way to attack the state's
case against you. You will also have the added confidence knowing our
attorneys - Larry Bloomquist and Cathy Compton - are Board Certified in
Criminal Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. We extend our
services to clients in Seguin, New Braunfels, and San Marcos.
Contact our firm
today at (210) 762-4128 for your
free case review.