Robbery is a serious charge, if convicted of Robbery with a Dangerous Weapon you could be facing serious jail time and will have to serve at least 85 percent of that sentence, under Oklahoma law.
Here at Scott M. Anderson Law you are a person and not a case number.
Robbery is a crime with many varieties and not all robbery crimes are equal. Oklahoma divides robbery into several classifications, including first degree robbery, second degree robbery, conjoint robbery and armed robbery.
So you're asking yourself, what's the difference between robbery and theft? Robbery is the forceful taking of something from a person, it involves violence, sometimes a weapon and the use of force or threats. The crime of robbery is usually a felony, resulting in jail time. Since the severity of the crime, you can't afford to stand trial alone.