Robbery

Robbery is a serious criminal offence that combines theft with violence or intimidation.

At Bazzi Law, we have extensive experience in handling robbery cases, offering expert legal advice and personalised defence strategies.

This guide is designed to provide an overview of robbery charges and how our firm can assist you.

What Constitutes a
Robbery Charge?

Robbery involves unlawfully taking property from another person through force or threat of force. Understanding the legal intricacies of robbery, including elements like intent and use of force, is crucial for anyone facing these charges.

Legal Consequences of
Robbery Convictions

The penalties for robbery can be severe, including imprisonment, fines, and a criminal record. These penalties often depend on the severity of the offence, including the level of force used and any resulting injuries.

Bazzi Law’s Approach to
Robbery Defence

Our legal team offers robust, personalised defence strategies, focusing on the specifics of your case. We aim to challenge the prosecution’s evidence and advocate for the best possible outcome.

The Legal Process in Robbery Cases

Navigating Your Defence with Bazzi Law

Initial Consultation

Discussing the details of your case and exploring potential defence strategies.

Case Assessment

Analysing the charges and evidence against you.

Court Representation

Strong representation in court, managing all aspects of the legal proceedings.

Achieving a Positive Resolution

Working towards the most favourable outcome for your case.

Frequently Asked Questions

What should I do if I am accused of robbery?
It is imperative to seek legal representation as soon as possible. Avoid discussing the details of your case with anyone until you have consulted with a solicitor.
Can robbery charges be reduced or dismissed?
Yes, depending on the evidence and the defence strategy, it’s possible to have robbery charges reduced or dismissed.
What are common defence strategies in robbery cases?
Defences may include challenging the identification of the accused, disputing the use of force or threat, and questioning the intent to steal.
How does the degree of force used affect a robbery case?
The level of force used can significantly influence the severity of the charges and the potential penalties if convicted.

Bazzi Law: Personalised Defence for Your Robbery Case

Facing robbery charges requires expert legal guidance. Bazzi Law is dedicated to providing effective and personalised defence strategies to navigate the complexities of robbery law.

Contact us to discuss your case and how we can assist in your defence.