Theft crimes or a robbery conviction will destroy your reputation. If you work with an experienced West Michigan attorney for your unarmed robbery or armed robbery charge, you can stay out of jail and avoid the life-changing penalties that could result from a conviction. The Criminal Defense Law Center of West Michigan provides aggressive criminal defense, and experienced lawyers who will work with you to get the results you want! My theft crimes lawyers won’t judge you. My theft crimes lawyers will be with you every step of the way.
Our Grand Rapids Criminal Lawyers represent clients faced with a variety of criminal charges, including:
Robbery cases can result in a felony conviction in West Michigan. If you have been accused of stealing or robbing someone in Grand Rapids, Michigan, hire a lawyer from The Criminal Defense Law Center of West Michigan as soon as possible to begin building a powerful defense.
Unarmed robbery in Michigan also packs powerful penalties for convictions and guilty pleas. We know how to win unarmed robbery cases and armed robbery cases. When you work with us, you can rest easy knowing your lawyers will work hard and fight for your rights in your armed or unarmed robbery charges.
Our lawyers will not rest until you have achieved the results you deserve when you are facing robbery or unarmed robbery charges. We understand that many people who have a drug addiction feel the need to steal and also get in trouble for selling stolen merchandise.
According to the Michigan Penal Code (750.530), anyone who uses violence or fear to obtain money or property without consent is guilty of a felony punishable by up to 15 years in prison. An attempted robbery conviction carries tough criminal punishments and you should still hire The Criminal Defense Law Center of West Michigan to represent you in your case.
Armed robbery charges in Michigan could land you in jail for life. Our lawyers can help you achieve a great result, and will aggressively fight for you in all West Michigan courts.
If a defendant has previously been convicted of a theft offense, another theft conviction could increase the penalties by making the theft crime one degree of severity higher than the defendant is currently facing. For example, if a defendant is accused of stealing an item that is valued at $200 or less, but the defendant has another theft conviction, the defendant could face penalties for the next highest category of theft. According to Michigan law, this means the theft would be considered valued at $200 and $1000.
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