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Defense to robbery charges

There are different types of criminal defense options accused individuals should be familiar with. This is true for individuals who have been accused of robbery and are facing robbery charges.

A strong criminal defense strategy may be able to help with robbery charges.

Robbery is typically a felony charge which means it can carry some of the harshest penalties for accused individuals including time in prison and steep fines. One type of criminal defense it to challenge the facts as alleged by authorities. Another criminal defense strategy is to challenges the charges based on violations of the accused individual's rights and if authorities did not follow the proper procedures to protect the accused individual's criminal defense rights.

In addition, there is another category of defenses that are referred to as affirmative defenses. An affirmative defense does not deny the act but provides an explanation or reason for the action that led to the accused individual facing criminal charges. Affirmative defenses can include voluntary or involuntary intoxication; entrapment or duress. These defenses may be available in certain circumstances and depending on specific situations so it is necessary for individuals accused of robbery to understand both the charges they are facing and how criminal defense options apply in their unique situation and circumstances.

What is important to keep in mind is that accused individuals always have criminal defense protections available to them. Developing a strong criminal defense strategy early on when facing charges as serious as robbery charges is essential for accused individuals.

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