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A person has committed robbery when they unlawfully take the personal property of another person or while in that person’s presence, against their will, by the use or threatened use of immediate force, violence, or fear of injury to that person their, or another’s property. The degree of force is immaterial.
Even unarmed robbery cases can result in a major felony conviction in Washington and often result in prison sentences. The use of any force or threats against anyone present at the time of the robbery only heightens potential criminal penalties.
|1st Degree||2nd Degree|
|Charge||Class A Felony||Class B Felony|
|Jail||Up to life||Up to 10 years|
|Fines and Penalties||Up to $50,000||Up to $20,000|
Regardless of the degree charged the goal remains the same. We will help you avoid conviction on a criminal charge, but perhaps more importantly, keep you out of jail.