Accused of Robbery?
Advocacy from a Proven Irving Criminal Defense Attorney
Have you been charged with robbery? Unlike other theft crimes, robbery
is not just viewed as a financially driven crime—it is also seen
as a violent one. At
J. Roland Jeter, P.C., Attorney Jeter has seen how aggressively prosecutors pursue these cases
and how harsh the penalties can be. Since 1978, he has been providing
thorough and incisive legal counsel to the accused of Irving, Texas. He
knows what the accused are up against in these cases and is well-versed
in both protecting their rights and aggressively seeking reductions and
dismissals on their behalf.
Don't take chances with your future.
Contact the firm to speak to a skilled Irving criminal defense lawyer today.
Texas Robbery Laws
In the state of Texas, robbery can be categorized by two types: robbery
and aggravated robbery. Both of these offenses are defined in TEX PE.
CODE ANN. § 29 and are classified as serious felonies.
Texas robbery law is defined as follows:
Robbery. Robbery occurs when a suspect commits theft while intentionally or recklessly
causes bodily injury to another person or intentionally or knowingly puts
another person in fear of imminent bodily injury or death.
Aggravated robbery. Aggravated robbery occurs when a suspect commits theft and causes serious
bodily injury to another person, uses or exhibits a deadly weapon, or
hurts or threatens a victim who is disabled or elderly.
Robbery is considered a second-degree felony and aggravated robbery is
considered a first-degree felony. If you'd like more information on
your particular case, your potential penalties, or how Attorney Jeter
can help you pursue the best possible outcome, contact J. Roland Jeter,