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Category: Robbery

Nov 20

Two Robberies, One Small Town in Texas

Robbery | Theft Crimes

Robberies happen all the time. Even though the basic facts of any two robberies may seem similar, how they are ultimately charged can be quite different.

In October, a robbery of a bank in Lubbock and the robbery of an armored truck in the same town are two such crimes. On the surface, each may look as though they are similar but at the end of the day, those responsible can face different charges based on the facts of the case.

Robbery is one thing, but aggravated robbery is another legal beast entirely. What are the differences between the two and what penalties can result? Read on to find out.

Robbery in Texas

In Texas, the underlying offense of a [...]

Nov 8

Should Your Texas Aggravated Robbery Charge Really Be Robbery?

Aggravated Robbery | Robbery | Theft Crimes

A College Station man was recently sentenced to 20 years in prison for an aggravated robbery conviction. During the robbery, he told an employee he had a 9 mm handgun with exactly seven rounds in the magazine. He then showed her the gun.

The robber got away with nothing more than a bit of cash from the register before he was apprehended in a WalMart parking lot less than two miles from the crime scene.

Although he did not discharge his weapon during the course of the robbery, the offense was considered aggravated due to his display of a deadly weapon during the commission of the crime.

The line between robbery and aggravated robbery is often thin, and in some [...]

May 4

How to Fight a Texas Robbery Charge      


Were you recently charged with robbery in Texas? Do you want to learn how to defend yourself against the charges? In this post, we’re going to detail the Texas laws on robbery and explain common defenses that you may be able to use to fight your charges.

Definition of Robbery in Texas

According to the Texas statutes, robbery is when, while committing a theft, someone:

“(1) intentionally, knowingly, or recklessly causes bodily injury to another;  or

(2) intentionally or knowingly threatens or places another in fear of imminent bodily injury or death.”

Robbery is defined as “aggravated” if:

  • The act of robbery causes another person serious bodily injury
  • The act of robbery involves the use or exhibition of a
Aug 1

Using Deadly Force In Defense Of Another Is Not A Crime in Texas

Criminal Defense | Robbery

Recently in Irving, Texas, a man allegedly entered a check cashing establishment in an attempted robbery. Instead of simply robbing the place, the man allegedly took a female employee hostage and held her at gunpoint. Dramatic video shows the police in a standoff with the suspect who appears to be holding a woman with his arm wrapped around her neck. The video, captured by a man who used his cell phone to film the incident, shows the suspect turn to his left. When he turns, he keeps the hostage in front of him. Turning was the fatal mistake. An officer discharged his duty weapon in the use of deadly force immediately when the hostage was not in the line of [...]

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