Aggravated Robbery – Fort Bend County Criminal Lawyer | Richmond Texas Criminal Attorney James Sullivan


Fort Bend County Aggravated Robbery Lawyer

Richmond, Texas Robbery Defense Attorney

Robbery itself is a serious felony that occurs when you injure someone or threaten to injure or kill someone while in the course of committing theft (Texas Penal Code §29.02). If convicted of robbery, you face 2 to 20 years in prison and a fine up to $10,000.

Aggravated robbery is more serious and the penalties more severe. If convicted of aggravated robbery, you face 5 to 99 years or life in prison and a fine up to $10,000 (Texas Penal Code §29.03).

Robbery cases are complex and the penalties are severe. It is important to retain a Fort Bend County criminal lawyer with the experience in defending these cases. Attorney James Sullivan has fought aggravated robbery cases at trial and has also been successful in persuading prosecutors to dismiss robbery cases. Sullivan also has experience in getting several such cases no billed (dismissed) by the grand jury. Of course, each case is different and the results depend on the unique facts and circumstances of each case.

The Fort Bend County criminal trial lawyers at the Law Office of James G. Sullivan and Associates have over 45 combined years of defending felony and misdemeanor cases at trial. They are dedicated to obtaining the best result for their clients either through litigation or negotiation.

Richmond Aggravated Robbery Lawyer

Fighting for Your Rights, Freedom and Future

A robbery becomes aggravated robbery when a knife, gun or other deadly weapon is used, or when you cause serious bodily injury to another. Other factors that can increase the robbery to an aggravated robbery involve the age or disability of the alleged victim.

NTL-top-100-memberAt the Law Office of James Sullivan & Associates, we know what is at risk when our clients face aggravated robbery charges.  Our job is to fight for your rights, freedom and future.  Attorney James Sullivan has been fighting felony and misdemeanor charges at trial since 1994, and we will use our extensive experience to get you the best possible result.  James Sullivan attended the Trial Lawyers College founded by legendary lawyer Gerry Spence and was invited to join The National Trial Lawyers organization.

Contact James Sullivan & Associates for a free initial consultation at (281) 546-6428 about your robbery charges in Fort Bend County (Richmond), Harris County (Houston), Montgomery County (Conroe), Brazoria County (Angleton), Galveston County (Galveston), Matagorda County (Bay City), Waller County (Hempstead), Washington County (Brenham), Liberty County (Liberty), Chambers County (Anahuac), Jefferson County (Beaumont) and throughout Texas.

CASEFACTSRESULT
Aggravated Robbery (2 separate cases)Sullivan represented a 25 year old man accused of 2 separate armed robberies, including a home invasion across the street from the South Houston Police Department. The chief of police and another police officer testified in trial that they positively identified Sullivan's client as one of the three armed robbers who fled on foot from the scene. The police initially suspected Sullivan's client because his vehicle was left behind at the scene. After the jury returned a not guilty verdict in the first case, the prosecutor dismissed a second prior aggravated robbery charge. If convicted of either robbery case, the accused faced 25 years to life in prison. Sullivan then represented his client at a parole revocation hearing and his client was kept on parole.Not guilty
Aggravated RobberyClient accused of being the driver in an aggravated robbery.No billed
Aggravated RobberyClient accused of trying to rob a man in his apartment complex.No billed
Aggravated RobberyClient accused of using a firearm to rob several restaurant patrons of their cell phones after firing a round into the ceiling.No billed
Aggravated RobberyClient accused of robbing a restaurant with a handgun.No billed
Aggravated RobberyClient accused of robbing another man in the street. State reduced case to misdemeanor theft and granted deferred adjudication.Reduced to misdemeanor Theft
Aggravated RobberyREDUCED TO ROBBERY with 7 years TDC (Client was charged with 2 aggravated robberies and allegedly committed 12 separate robberies of drug stores in a 2 month period)177th
Aggravated RobberyREDUCED TO AGGRAVATED ASSAULT AT PRE-TRIAL CONFERENCE SETTING (Client allegedly struck a teenager in the face with a rifle and stole his cell phone)209th
Aggravated Robbery5 YEARS OF DEFERRED ADJUDICATION (19 year old carjacked a Lexus from a woman using a tire iron)339th
Aggravated Robbery (2 Cases)3 YEARS OF DETERMINATE PROBATION AT HOME (16 year old client drove 2 guys on a crime spree--robbing several people at knifepoint in a short period of time. One guy got away and the other who was 17 received 3 years at TDC on a reduced aggravated assault charge)315th
RobberyREDUCED TO MISDEMEANOR ASSAULT ON JURY TRIAL SETTING (Client accused of stealing cell phone after attacking his girlfriend)(State only offered 4 years in prison before trial) Case # 1306891339th
Theft from a PersonREDUCED TO MISDEMEANOR THEFT and granted 2 years DADJ337th
RobberyREDUCED TO MISDEMEANOR ASSAULT313th
RobberyCASE DISMISSED232nd
RobberyREDUCED TO THEFT FROM A PERSON (State Jail Felony)232nd
Robbery (4 separate cases) (Felony Habitual enhanced)SENTENCED TO 10 YEARS TDC ON JURY TRIAL SETTING (Client was facing 25 years to Life in prison. Client was accused of committing 4 separate robberies within 24 hours of being released from prison. Client still had 10 years left on his parole, so for him a 10 year concurrent sentence was an extraordinary result)179th
Aggravated Robbery (2 cases) (1 case dismissed)CASE REDUCED TO AGGRAVATED ASSAULT and client received deferred adjudication probation177th
RobberyCASE REDUCED TO MISDEMEANOR THEFT179th

Tags: , , , ,

Comments are closed.