Charged with Bank Robbery?
Prosecution will need to prove that the person took or attempted to take money from a federally insured institution. Bank robbery also includes robbery from the following locations:
- Credit unions
- Savings associations
- Loan associations
The alleged offender does not have to have a weapon present for the offense to be considered bank robbery. If a weapon is present, however, the penalties will likely be greater. Another factor that can increase a sentence is the “threat of death.”
How Much Time can you Get for Aggravated Robbery in Tennessee?
In Tennessee, you can get 3 – 60 years in prison for a robbery depending on criminal history, if the robbery was aggravated or not.
- Robbery is a Class C felony, punishable by 3-15 years in prison.
- Aggravated robbery is a Class B felony, punishable by 8-30 years in prison.
- Especially aggravated robbery is a Class A felony, punishable by 15-60 years in prison.
Experienced Defense from Davis & Hoss, PC
At Davis & Hoss, PC, we offer an aggressive approach from our knowledgeable attorneys to resolve your case. We have practical experience that can be used to effectively represent you through the challenging steps of your case.
Just because you are under investigation of bank fraud does not mean that you are convicted. You have the ability to fight against the charges you face and to have them reduced or even dismissed. We encourage you to engage our legal services at once so that we can immediately get to work investigating your case.
Our legal team has extensive experience investigating the charges that our clients face. We can protect your rights and represent you in court to help you avoid the maximum penalties associated with the charge of bank robbery.