Missouri Second-Degree Robbery
With robbery in the second degree, the alleged offender steals property that belongs to someone else in a manner that while forcible involves no serious physical injury. Generally charged as a class B felony offense, those who are found guilty may face prison or jail time, fines, and other punishment depending on factors including criminal history. The penalties if convicted will include five to 15 years in prison.
It is important to keep in mind that a conviction will not only result in loss of your freedom and other punishment, but a permanent criminal record that can literally impact every area of your life, particularly career and employment opportunities, housing, and even the ability to secure a student loan.
Contact The O'Connor Law Firm Immediately
We know how prosecutors work, and that they are often over zealous in their efforts to secure a conviction. You have legal rights and police or investigators are human, which means mistakes can be made that can affect your life in a way you never expected. Tens of thousands of innocent people sit behind bars today, found guilty of crimes they did not commit.
The first step you should take when facing felony criminal charges is to consult with an experienced and capable Kansas City criminal defense attorney. At The O'Connor Law Firm, we take no shortcuts in providing the very best in legal guidance and representation for our clients. We develop a defense strategy and examine the legal options as if it were our own case, fighting aggressively to reach the best possible result. Contact us now for a free consultation regarding your case at 816-842-1111.