Rhoades,Cunningham & McFadden, PLLC

       ALBANY ROBBERY LAWYERS

Albany Robbery Lawyers
We really do welcome your call.

We will meet with you in person and without charge to discuss your case.

We will not pressure you in anyway.

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Call us now at 518-389-2900 to start rebuilding your life.

Albany Robbery lawyers

Have you been arrested for robbery?

        The crime of robbery consists of using force, threats or intimidation against another to obtain property.  Robbery is a serious felony offense in the State of New York, which requires the immediate attention of a criminal attorney.  In Albany County, the District Attorney's Office takes robbery extremely seriously and they will try to prosecute you to the fullest extent of the law.

        If you or a loved one have been arrested for robbery, you need a partner to fight for you.  The district attorney prosecuting your case will work hard to try and convict you.  You need to fight that fire with fire. 

        Call our Albany Robbery Lawyers now at 518-389-2900 for the aggressive representation you need.  Do not delay. The sooner you contact us, the more options will be available to you.  Your initial consultation will be free.

Penalties 
      
         In New York, the penalties for robbery are stiff.  The penalties become more serious as the level of force and intimidation increases.  

        
There are three different classifications of robbery: first degree robbery, second degree robbery and third degree robbery.  The circumstances surrounding your alleged robbery will determine which degree you are charged with.  

       All three classifications of robbery may result in a prison sentence and parole. In certain more serious cases, a robbery conviction may  result in a lifetime sentence in prison.

        When the consequences are this serious, you need to hire our aggressive and skilled Albany,NY Robbery Attorneys.
  
Our Fee
 

        Our fee for robbery is generally $2,000.   This fee covers the cost of our trying to negotiate a plea agreement.   If your case proceeds to trial, we will require an additional fee.  

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