Baltimore Robbery Attorney
What happens if you’ve been charged with armed robbery in Maryland?
You need to call an experienced Maryland robbery defense lawyer. Call Attorney Randolph Rice, at 410.288.2900 today or email the office for immediate legal advice.
Title 3 of the Maryland Criminal Code which include:
- Robbery with dangerous weapon
Robbery/Armed Robbery in Baltimore
Q: Is robbery a felony or misdemeanor in Maryland?
A: Robbery is classified as a felony in Maryland.
Q: What is the maximum penalty for robbery in Maryland?
A: If you are convicted of robbery in Maryland, you could be facing a maximum sentence of Fifteen (15) years in jail.
Q: Is armed robbery a felony or misdemeanor in Maryland?
A: Armed robbery is classified as a felony in Maryland.
Q: What is the maximum penalty for armed robbery in Maryland?
A: If you are convicted of armed robbery in Maryland, you could be facing a maximum sentence of Twenty (20) years in jail.
Q: Is Carjacking a Felony or Misdemeanor in Maryland?
A: Carjacking in classified as a felony in Maryland.
Q: What is the maximum penalty for Carjacking in Maryland?
A: If you are convicted of carjacking in Maryland, you could be facing a maximum sentence of Thirty (30) years in jail.
Q: Why Choose the Law Offices of Randolph Rice as your Criminal Defense attorney?
A: Armed robbery, robbery, and carjacking cases are complicated and difficult to litigate and defend. Armed robbery, robbery, and carjacking charges are strongly pursued by law enforcement and the state’s attorney for the jurisdiction in which the crime allegedly occurred. For those reasons, you want an attorney with the experience to defend you against those serious charges.
Attorney Randolph Rice is a former Assistant State’s Attorney. He is ranked by Super Lawyers as a Maryland Rising Star since 2013. He has a 10 out of 10 ranking by Avvo and is Lead Counsel rated. He has handled thousands of criminal cases in Maryland, let his trial experience go to work for you. Contact the office at 410-288-2900 to schedule a free confidential consultation.
If you have been charged, believe you will be charged or arrested for armed robbery, robbery, or carjacking in Maryland, you need an experienced, skilled, trusted, and knowledgeable criminal defense attorney. Without the assistance and help of an attorney that has handled these types of charges, you will have little chance of winning your case if it goes to trial.
Maryland Robbery and Armed Robbery Defense Attorneys
At the Law Offices of Randolph Rice, we’ll conduct a thorough investigation into the details and evidence of your case. We will formulate the most appropriate argument for your defense, ensuring that all witnesses are interviewed and all evidence is examined with a fine tooth comb. We have handled thousands of cases, we know the ins and outs of robbery, armed robbery, or carjacking cases. We know what to look for and what arguments to present in your defense.
Who to Call When Charged with Robbery, Armed Robbery or Carjacking in Baltimore
We will work tirelessly on your case, giving you peace of mind that you understand all options and the consequences of each decision, both good and bad. We will fight for your rights and freedoms. Contact the office 24/7 for immediate help at 410.288.2900.
Maryland Robbery Statute
Robbery Statute Maryland
The crime of robbery in Maryland is defined in the Maryland Criminal Law Article 3-402, which states:
“(a) A person may not commit or attempt to commit robbery.
Maryland Armed Robbery Statute
Don’t Go to Court Alone for a Robbery Charge
A criminal conviction can affect the rest of your life. You could spend years in jail, pay expensive fines, Court costs and regret not having a professional criminal defense attorney advising you on the best decisions in your criminal case. Call Attorney Randolph Rice at 410.288.2900 to schedule a FREE criminal defense consultation. We have years of experience, let us put our knowledge to work for you.
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