Minneapolis Robbery Lawyer
Minneapolis robbery defense lawyer Christopher Keyser is an aggressive trial attorney with a record of winning cases throughout Minnesota. In every Minnesota aggravated robbery case, Mr. Keyser works to get charges dismissed and keep your criminal record clear. When a dismissal is not possible, he pushes the aggravated robbery case to trial.
The key to successfully defending Minnesota aggravated robbery charges is a combination of knowing how the court system works, having solid relationships with prosecutors, and a willingness to bring the case to trial. Minneapolis aggravated robbery defense lawyer Christopher Keyser was named a Super Lawyer Rising Star, a Top 100 Trial Lawyer, and has a Superb rating on Avvo.com.
Minneapolis Robbery Client Testimonials
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What Is Aggravated Robbery?
Aggravated robbery is more serious than Simple Robbery which is a taking of personal property from another with force or threatened use of imminent force.
First Degree Aggravated Robbery is a robbery committed while armed with a dangerous weapon or any article used or fashioned in a manner to lead the victim to reasonably believe it to be a dangerous weapon. Aggravated robbery also includes inflicting bodily harm upon another during a robbery. The maximum punishment is 20 years in prison and a $35,000 fine.
Second Degree Aggravated Robbery is when someone implies, by word or act, possession of a dangerous weapon, while committing a robbery. The maximum punishment is 15 years in prison and a $30,000 fine.
Minneapolis Aggravated Robbery Defense Lawyer
Contact Minneapolis aggravated robbery defense attorney Christopher Keyser at 612-338-5007 for a free consultation. Keyser Law, P.A. is a Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minnesota aggravated robbery and criminal defense law firm. We handle Minnesota aggravated robbery cases throughout Anoka, Hennepin, Ramsey, Dakota, and Washington Counties. Aggravated robbery charges in greater Minnesota are accepted on a case-by-case basis.