What is aggravated robbery?

Aggravated robbery charges involve theft, including the use of a deadly weapon, accomplice, or infliction of serious bodily injury on the victim. Typically, the deadly weapon in an aggravated robbery is a gun or knife. The penalties for aggravated theft can include incarceration, fines, restitution to the victim, probation, imposition of a restraining order, and community service. For more legal help, use our free tool below.

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