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Robbery charges are serious and may lead to harsh penalties if not properly defended. Robbery requires some use of force or threat to take property from another person. Prosecutors fight to make these kinds of charges stick, making it even more important to secure representation from a skilled attorney.

Protect your constitutional rights by working with the dedicated team at the Grand Canyon Law Group. Our experienced Chandler robbery lawyers know how to handle these cases the right way, and we are committed to fighting for your best interests.


Under Arizona Revised Statutes § 13-1902, a person is guilty of robbery if they threaten or use force with the intent to coerce surrender of property, or prevent resistance while taking the property of another against their will. Force occurs when any physical act is directed toward a person to gain control of the property. A threat can mean verbal or physical menace directed at a person to threaten imminent physical injury.

The prosecutor must prove each of these elements in order to succeed in their case. An experienced robbery attorney in Chandler can combat the prosecutor’s case by challenging these elements and creating reasonable doubt.


Robbery is a felony offense in most cases. A basic robbery offense is a Class Four felony, with the following potential punishments:

  • First Offense: One to 3.75 years in prison with a fine up to $150,000 and eligibility for probation
  • Second Offense:25 to 7.5 years behind bars with a fine of up to $150,000 and no eligibility for probation
  • Third Offense: Six to fifteen years in prison with a fine of up to $150,000 and no eligibility for probation

These penalty ranges may be affected by other factors as well, including whether a person has prior offenses. For a full analysis of the penalty ranges a person faces, they should speak to a knowledgeable robbery attorney in their area.


Under Arizona Revised Statutes § 13-1904, armed robbery may be considered a “Dangerous Offense.” This means that the penalties for a conviction are much more severe. This offense involves committing a robbery while armed with a deadly weapon or simulated deadly weapon, or while threatening use of a deadly weapon or dangerous instrument.

Penalties for armed robbery include, but are not limited to:

  • First Offense: Seven to twenty-one years in prison and up to $150,000 in fines
  • Second Offense: Fourteen to twenty-eight years in prison and up to $150,000 in fines
  • Third Offense with Two Prior Dangerous Offense Convictions: Twenty-one to thirty-five years in prison and up to $150,000 in fines

State law may change these sentencing ranges based on many other factors. Additionally, most individuals convicted of an armed robbery offense are not eligible for a suspended sentence or probation. However, certain exceptions may apply to a particular person’s case. It is critical for those facing robbery charges to discuss the potential penalties with a dedicated lawyer at our Chandler office.


If you are facing robbery charges, you need legal representation to ensure your rights are fully protected. A robust defense may make all the difference in the outcome of your case. You may be entitled to a reduction of the charges or even a dismissal.

Let a Chandler robbery lawyer at the Grand Canyon Law Group work tirelessly to contest the prosecution’s case. Contact us today to learn how we can fight for you.

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