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Armed Robbery

Denver Armed Robbery Attorney

Defending Clients Accused of Armed Robbery in Colorado

Colorado takes crimes involving the use of a deadly weapon very seriously. If you are convicted of a crime that involves the use of a deadly weapon, you are facing mandatory prison time, fines, and other harsh penalties. Even if you did not use the weapon, you may still be charged with the same penalties if you were in possession of a weapon while committing a crime. At Fife Luneau, P.C., we can provide you with the aggressive defense you need to protect your rights and future. Our Denver armed robbery lawyers are committed to helping you achieve the best possible outcome.


Call Fife Luneau, P.C. today at (720) 408-7130 or contact us online to schedule a consultation with our armed robbery lawyer in Denver.


What is Armed Robbery?

Armed robbery is a serious criminal offense in Colorado and the United States. It involves using force, intimidation, or the threat of violence to take someone's property while possessing a deadly weapon. In Colorado, this crime is treated with utmost seriousness, and the penalties for a conviction can be severe.

Armed robbery typically includes the following elements:

  • Taking of Property: The accused must take or attempt to take someone else's property, including money or valuable items, without their consent.
  • Use of Force or Threats: Armed robbery involves the use of force or intimidation, often including the use or threat of a deadly weapon.
  • Presence of a Deadly Weapon: To be considered armed robbery, the accused must possess a deadly weapon during the commission of the crime.

It's important to note that the term "deadly weapon" is broadly defined in Colorado law and can include firearms, knives, or any object capable of causing serious harm.

What are the Penalties for Armed Robbery in Colorado?

Colorado law classifies armed robbery as a Class 3 felony, carrying severe penalties for those convicted. The specific consequences of an armed robbery conviction can differ based on various factors, including the presence of aggravating circumstances, such as injuries or the use of a firearm.

Common penalties for armed robbery may include:

  • Prison Time: Conviction for armed robbery can result in a lengthy prison sentence. A Class 3 felony can lead to a sentence of 4 to 16 years, with the potential for an extended prison term in the presence of aggravating factors.
  • Fines: Those found guilty of armed robbery may face substantial fines, which can range from thousands to tens of thousands of dollars.
  • Restitution: Offenders may be required to provide restitution to the victims to cover any losses or damages resulting from the robbery.
  • Probation: In some cases, the court may impose probation, involving strict conditions and supervision, in place of or in addition to a prison sentence.
  • Impact on Future Opportunities: A criminal record for armed robbery can have a long-lasting impact on your future, affecting employment, housing, and other aspects of your life.

Defenses Against Armed Robbery Charges

Some potential defenses against armed robbery charges may include:

  • Lack of Intent: If the accused did not have the intent to commit armed robbery, this can be a valid defense. We can demonstrate that the alleged actions were not premeditated or intended as a criminal act.
  • Mistaken Identity: We can investigate and present evidence to show that the prosecution has wrongly identified the accused as the perpetrator of the armed robbery.
  • Inadequate Evidence: We can challenge the evidence against you, arguing that it is insufficient to prove guilt beyond a reasonable doubt.
  • Coercion or Duress: If the accused committed the robbery under threats or coercion, this can be a valid defense. We can work to show that the actions were not voluntary.
  • Illegal Search and Seizure: If evidence was received illegally or without a proper search warrant, it may be excluded from the case.

Contact Our Armed Robbery Lawyer in Denver Today

If you or a loved one is facing armed robbery charges, time is of the essence. At Fife Luneau, P.C., we are committed to providing aggressive defense and compassionate support during this challenging time. Our Denver armed robbery attorney will review your case, discuss your options, and begin working on a defense strategy that aims to reach the best possible outcome. Don't wait; let us help you navigate the complexities of the legal system and work toward the most favorable resolution for your case.


Contact Fife Luneau, P.C. today to get started with our Denver armed robbery attorney.


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