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.
aggravated robbery is a first degree felony (texas penal code 29.03). first degree felonies have a penalty range from 5 - 99 years, or life, and an optional fine not to exceed 10,000 dollars.
25 to life
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.
what ever you are thinking don't do it
up to 15 years. depends on circumstances.
3 years 5 months...?
my brother was sentenced for 10 years for agg. armed robbery. this was his first offence and has served day for day, he gets out january 2010, serving day for day in texas
how much time do u serve for arm robbery in the state of south carolina
if you plotted or assisted in a robbery you could be charged as a principal in the offense, just as much as if you were there and did it.
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.
i know that you're considering this course of action- but don't.bad things happen in prisons. you will drop the soap at one point.don't do it, kid
three counts of assault with a weapon - sounds like a felony offense to me. certainly more than a year in prison.
aggravated assault is considered to be a felony. the punishment is between one and twenty years. the actual punishment will be determined by the individual facts of a case and what jurisdiction you are in. the judge will make a final determination of the sentence.
you are going to jail for a really long time.
the amount of jail time given for aggravated assault and family violence in texas is possibly up to one year in jail. a fine of 4000 dollars will be added also.
i think it's two to 4 years in texas
it depends on where it occurs as l;aws are different worldwide. where i am it can be a fine and probation or even 3 to 5 years in prison depending on the persons prior criminal history.
my little brother aggravated me so much i couldn't concentrate on my homework.
how much time can you get for aggravated assault with a deadly weapons for the first offence
eternal damnation in hell... no time off for good behaviour :)
aggravated robbery is a class 3 felony it carries a presumptive sentence of 4-8 years in prison but because it is a violent crime, it has to be encahanced to at least the mid-point, 6 years. 6 years is the minimum, even for a first offender.what the sentence will be is actually based on a whole variety of circumstances, including the specific preosecutor and judge.that said, the fact that there were multiple offenses will aggravate the sentence. there may be mitigating circumstances too though. as a guide, 6-8 years is about average.
the penalty is two to ten years in prison plus a possible fine up to $10,000.
if someone is sentenced to seven years in prison in texas, it will vary how many years that may actually have to serve. if a person was charged with a federal crime, about 90% of the sentence will be served.
cannot be answered here. that decision is entirely up to the judge who hears your case, and may have much to do with your past record and the seriousness of the assault. .
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