depends on the state - but robbery of any type is a felony offense.
how much time do u serve for arm robbery in the state of south carolina
if you rob you would be in jail for 20 or 40 years
they may have to serve the rest of the original sentence. robbery is a very serious violation. they may make that person serve all the rest of the time and then charge them with the robbery then they will serve the robbery sentence.
5 to 30 years
you are going to jail for a really long time.
up to 15 yrs
20 years prison for each charge.
0 2 99 yrs
normally about 7 years
what ever you are thinking don't do it
5 mins i think
bank robbery is a federal offense massechussetts statutes may not even enter into the equation.
in texas the crime of aggravated robbery is considered a felony in the 1st degree. jail time for aggravated robbery in texas is anywhere from 5 to 9 years.
this is robbery with the use of force that endangered, injured, or killed someone. lots of factors go into sentencing, since one crime is not exactly like another. still, it is likely that he will be spending at least some jail time.
i think it's two to 4 years in texas
how much jail time or probation can a person receive for child endangerment
i know that no matter what, the minimum amount of time is 7 years for a robbery with a weapon
aggravated robbery is the same as simple robbery but with the addition of either a dangerous weapon or bodily harm inflicted upon a person in the course of the robbery. the harm does not have to be inflicted upon the victim. the maximum prison term for an aggravated robbery is 247 months or approximately twenty (20) and a half years. the specific kansas law that makes aggravated robbery an unlawful activity is k.s.a. 21-3427.
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