State of Florida vs. J.R.M.

Charge: Possession of Heroin
Outcome: Dismissed by Motion to Dismiss

State of Florida vs. O.A.

Charge:
Battery on a Pregnant Female
Outcome:
Not Filed

State of Florida vs. J.E.C.

Charge:
Trafficking in Amphetamines
Outcome:
Dismissed

State of Florida vs. N.P.B.

Charge:
Child Abuse
Outcome:
Case Dismissed

State of Florida vs. C.P.

Charge:
Burglary of a Conveyance
Outcome:
Case Dismissed

State of Florida vs. R.M.

Charge:
5th (DUI) with Damage/Injury
Outcome:
Case Dismissed

State of Florida vs. S.C.M.

Charge:
Possession of cocaine
Outcome:
Not Filed

State of Florida vs. L.D.R.

Charge:
(DUI) Above .15
Outcome:
Case Dismissed by Motion

State of Florida vs. F.S.H.

Charge:
Resisting Officer with Violence
Outcome:
Not Filed

State of Florida vs. V.A.S.

Charge:
2nd DUI within 5 Years
Outcome:
Case Dismissed by Motion

Robbery

What is Robbery?

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Robbery is the action of taking another person’s money or property with the intent to deprive the rightful owner, during which there is force, assault, or instilling fear. And, depending on the severity of the case and the variables associated with the act, the accused can be looking at a first-degree felony charge. But, when you work with McCulloch Law, we fight to get you the best possible results, so you can get back on with your life.

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The Consequences of Carjacking

Carjacking is a serious form of robbery. This is specifically robbing a person of their car, which can come with just as serious punishment, including up to life in prison, depending on the specific scenario.

The Consequences of Home-Invasion Robbery

Home-invasion robbery is the act of entering another person’s dwelling without permission, unlawfully taking money or property with force, violence, or threats. This can land the accused in prison for up to thirty years, with probation and fines, should they not have proper legal representation.

The Consequences of Robbery by Sudden Snatching

Robbery by sudden snatching is a second-degree felony punishable by up to 15 years in prison. This is the act of taking money or property off of a victim’s person – with the intent to deprive them – and the victim becomes aware.

The Consequences of Resisting Recovery of Stolen Property

Resisting recovery of stolen property is when an alleged offender commits a theft crime and refuses the reasonable effort to recover said property. If a person has been charged with theft and resisting recovery of stolen property, they can be charged for both offenses concurrently.

Are You Looking for a Criminal Defense Attorney in Tampa?

A robbery accusation is a serious matter. You need a criminal defense attorney in Tampa that you can trust to be on your side and fight for your rights. So, contact McCulloch Law to learn more about how we can assist you.

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