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Robbery

By legal definition, robbery involves taking the personal property out of the possession of the property owner with the intent to keep the property.  This offense can involve the use of fraud, coercion, threats, or physical force. 

This type of offense can carry heavy fines and imprisonment, therefore an experienced attorney is necessary to overcome these charges.

Salt Lake City Robbery Defense Attorney

With over 24 years of experience defending clients against robbery charges, Susanne Gustin possesses the skills required to work towards a positive solution. 

There is no such thing as a minor theft charge. No matter how small the potential consequences, you need an experienced attorney to protect your future.

Call Susanne Gustin Attorney at Law at (801) 243-2814 for a free consultation. This firm represents clients in Salt Lake City and Davis counties.

Utah Robbery Information Center


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Robbery Defined by Utah Code

A person is guilty of robbery when he or she knowingly takes or tries to take personal property of another against the owner’s will, by force or fear, with intent to keep the property; or

Intentionally or knowingly uses force or fear of immediate force against an owner during the course of committing a theft.

This may be lifted to aggravated robbery if the following requirements are met:

During the commission of a robbery, an actor uses or threatens to use a weapon; causes serious bodily injury on a victim; or takes or tries to take an operable vehicle.


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Utah Penalties for Robbery Crime

Under Utah code, robbery is a second-degree felony punishable by a minimum of one year to a maximum of 15 years imprisonment.  Robbery is also punishable by a maximum of up to $10,000.

Aggravated robbery carries a heavier punishment with a maximum of life in prison and up to $10,000 in fines.


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Collateral consequences of Robbery Crime Convictions

Similar to other theft and property crime charges, robbery carries long-lasting effects on a person’s reputation.  A robbery conviction can follow a person for years, thus negatively affecting his or her employment options and personal reputation.

Therefore, it is necessary to find an attorney who can work towards eliminating or limiting these charges, thus preserving your current record.


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Robbery Crime Resources in Utah

Identify Theft Resource Center- Risk reduction resource for victims of identity theft, fraud, and other property crimes.

ID Theft Central- Resource for statistics on identity theft and prevention.  


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Susanne Gustin Attorney at Law Salt Lake County Robbery Crime Attorney

In the event that you are charged with a robbery offense, call Susanne Gustin Attorney at Law at (801) 243-2814 to speak with an experienced defense attorney. Your future depends on it.

Our firm services clients located in Salt Lake and Davis County, West Jordan, West Valley City, Taylorsville, Sandy, Layton, South Jordan, Bountiful, Clearfield, Kaysville, and Syracuse.


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