Category: Robbery

January
6
2020

Texas is known for two things: its strong sense of justice and an even stronger sense of independence. Every man’s home is his castle in Texas. This means that personal property is protected heavily, both legally and personally.

Both of the personal property crimes of theft and robbery are prosecuted [...]

July
3
2019

We all have that friend…the one that instigates everything. They talk us into doing unsavory – sometimes even illegal – things. There may even be times when they don’t even ask.

Take two Lubbock men recently charged with aggravated robbery. One allegedly walked into two separate cell phone stores, brandished [...]

January
11
2019

We’ve all watched that scene in a movie where the desperate suspects hold up the unassuming couple in a parking lot for everything they’ve got – only to discover later that it was a toy gun being pressed into their backs. That’s not real life, though, right?

Wrong.

A few [...]

August
10
2018

Robbery charges in Texas are anything but minor. Convicted offenders may face up to 20 years behind bars and fines reaching $10,000 – and that’s just for the state’s less severe robbery charges.

If you have been charged with robbery and have to defend yourself in court, you may be [...]

May
8
2018

If you have been charged with robbery or aggravated robbery in Texas, a skilled attorney can study the elements of the case to figure out how to attack the prosecution’s arguments and craft the best possible defense strategy for you.

Below, we’re going to explain how it is sometimes possible [...]

January
25
2018

 

A Shreveport, Louisiana man was recently sentenced to 60 years in prison for aggravated assault and robbery in Marshall, near the Louisiana border. The defendant, 32-year-old Broderick Maximillian McHenry, was robbing a gas station, and beat clerks with a baseball bat during the robbery.

Although McHenry’s offenses were severe [...]