Have you been charged with robbery? If so, then I invite you to contact my firm immediately. Robbery is different from other theft crimes because it assumes the suspect was, or potentially was violent. This means that those accused face aggressive strategies from prosecutors and harsh penalties if a conviction is reached. However, I can provide the dedicated and assertive defense to counter these allegations and ensure that your rights are protected and your side of the story is emphatically put forth.
Do not hesitate to start your defense. Contact my firm, The Law Office of Mark G. Scheuerman, LLC, for a free consultation.
Robbery is defined by committing theft of another person by use of violence or "putting in fear" (threatening the victim). These offenses are described and organized into two categories in Maryland Code § 3-402 and § 3-403.
It is important to keep in mind that these penalties are just the maximum allowable penalties provided by the law. It takes skilled, thorough defense, however, to mount an effective effort against the state's case against you and ensure a reduction or a dismissal. That is exactly the kind of defense I am prepared to develop and present on behalf of my clients. Selecting my firm for representation means that you can rest assured that every possible defense avenue is pursued to its fullest extent.