Broomfield Armed Robbery Defense Lawyer

Effective Defense Counsel for Armed Robbery Charges in Broomfield, Colorado

Armed or aggravated robbery Colorado is a felony offense that comes with serious penalties upon conviction. Whether you have been accused of aggravated robbery for a first or subsequent time, a Broomfield criminal defense lawyer at The Datz Law Firm, P.C. can help you effectively fight the charges.

Backed by decades of experience, our legal team has a deep understanding of how to dispute armed robbery charges while protecting our clients’ rights at every phase of their case. Our goal is to minimize the negative consequences of aggravated robbery charges while working relentlessly to secure the best possible resolutions to these cases.

Call (720) 879-1114 or email us for important legal advice about a Colorado aggravated robbery case.

We are ready to explain your options and help you get through these challenging times.

How Does Colorado Law Define Armed or Aggravated Robbery?

Under Colorado law, an act of robbery will become aggravated robbery if, during the alleged offense:

  • A deadly weapon or anything that could be perceived to be a deadly weapon was used.
  • The accused individual intentionally hurts someone or gives them a reason to fear injury.

Here, it’s critical to point out that:

  • Robbery, under Colorado law, covers theft of anything of value from another person.
  • Colorado law has separate, stricter laws when aggravated robbery involves the alleged theft of pharmaceuticals or other controlled substances.

What Are the Penalties for Aggravated Robbery in Colorado?

If aggravated robbery charges lead to a conviction, the penalties imposed can vary according to several factors, like the criminal history of the accused, whether anyone was injured during the offense, and more.

Generally, however, aggravated robbery charges in Colorado can be:

  • Class 3 felonies: These charges, upon conviction, can be punishable by up to 12 years in prison and between $3,000 and $750,000 in fines.
  • Class 2 felonies: If the theft of controlled substances is involved, these harsher charges will come into play. They can be punishable by up to 24 years in prison and between $5,000 and $1,000,000 in fines.

How Do I Fight Armed Robbery Charges in Colorado?

Contact a Broomfield robbery defense lawyer at The Datz Law Firm, P.C. Depending on the circumstances of your case, it may be possible to position a defense case around arguments like (but not limited to) the following:

  • The accused has been misidentified as the perpetrator.
  • The police entrapped the accused.
  • The police violated the rights of the accused.
  • The evidence in the case was obtained illegally and should be thrown out.
  • The accused was under duress or mentally impaired at the time of the incident.

Find out what your best defense options are against armed robbery charges by contacting The Datz Law Firm, P.C. today. We can help you get through this challenging time, protecting your rights and crafting a strategic defense case.

Call (720) 879-1114 or email us for important answers about your rights and an armed robbery defense case.

As former district attorneys, we can anticipate prosecutors’ strategies and arguments in aggravated robbery and other violent crime cases. That makes us especially effective at challenging them in and outside the courtroom—and it’s how we are able to provide superior defense representation for a range of violent crimes cases.

With a record of success and a tireless commitment to putting our clients’ needs first, we are the team you can count on for a fierce, effective defense when you need it most.

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