In Massachusetts, in order to be convicted of the crime of Armed Robbery, the prosecutor must prove:
- That the defendant was armed with a dangerous weapon;
- That the defendant either applied actual force and violence to the body of the victim, or put the victim in fear by threatening words or gestures;
- That the defendant took the money or other property with the intent to steal it; and
- That the defendant took the money or other property from the person or immediate control of the victim.
If you have been charged with the crime of Armed Robbery or any other Crime of Violence, you should immediately consult with an experienced Massachusetts Criminal Defense Attorney who knows how to explain and best protect your legal rights.
Boston Criminal Defense Lawyer Lefteris K. Travayiakis has extensive experience in defending persons charged with Armed Robbery and is available 24/7. To schedule a Free Consultation, Contact Us Online or call 617-325-9500.
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