Someone commits a robbery if he uses or threatens to use physical force on another person while committing a theft. Robbery is an incredibly serious charge, and you need an experienced and effective criminal defense attorney. Robbery can either be a class A or B felony. It is a class B felony unless the person is armed with a deadly weapon, appears to be armed with a deadly weapon, or inflicts or attempts to inflict death or serious bodily injury on the person.
If you are charged with robbery, you need an experienced and effective criminal defense attorney to represent you immediately. Because robbery is a felony-level charge, a person convicted of it may be sent to the New Hampshire State Prison. The criminal defense lawyers at Wilson, Bush & Keefe have the proven record of success to defend you when you need it the most.