Skilled Robbery Defense Lawyers in South Carolina

At the David W. Martin Law Group, our South Carolina criminal defense attorneys know that there are essentially three types of robbery charges in our state: Attempted Robbery, Strong-Arm Robbery, and Armed Robbery.

The one thing each has in common is that the penalties are severe and can cost the accused their freedom if convicted.

If you have been charged with robbery in South Carolina, contact our skilled criminal defense lawyers today to learn more about your legal rights and options to fight the charges, and take back control of your life.

What is Considered Attempted Robbery in South Carolina?

Under South Carolina law, an attempted robbery requires two elements to be true.

First, there was the intent to commit a crime. Second, the accused took steps or conduct towards the completion of that crime.

In South Carolina, attempted robbery is a felony. And although it does not carry a minimum mandatory sentence, the maximum sentence could be up to 20 years in prison.

What is Considered Strong-Arm Robbery in South Carolina?

Strong-arm robbery in South Carolina also called common law robbery is taking property from a person or in the presence of a person by threat of force.

In short, a defendant in a strong-arm robbery case does not use a deadly weapon.

Strong-arm robbery is a felony in South Carolina. And although it does not carry a minimum mandatory sentence, the charge is punishable by up to 15 years in prison.

What is Considered Armed Robbery in South Carolina?

Armed robbery is the most serious robbery charge in South Carolina.

To prove a defendant actually committed an armed robbery, he or she must have used a deadly weapon during the robbery or pretended to use a deadly weapon to commit a robbery.

In South Carolina, a deadly weapon could include a firearm pistol, knife, brass knuckles, razor, or another instrument that can be used to inflict deadly force.

An individual may also be charged with armed robbery if the person who is being robbed — like a store clerk or another employee believes the robber is carrying a deadly weapon. This could be a toy gun, or something similar.

Armed robbery is a felony in South Carolina. It carries a mandatory minimum sentence of ten years and up to 30 years in prison.

When a person is convicted of armed robbery in South Carolina, he or she will not be eligible for parole until at least seven years have been served.

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Have You Been Charged With Robbery in South Carolina? We Can Help.

If you have been arrested and charged with robbery in South Carolina, do not face the solicitor’s office on your own.

Our South Carolina criminal defense attorneys can help you understand the charges and your legal rights, so together we can build the best defense available for your unique case.

Contact Our Skilled Robbery Defense Lawyers in South Carolina Today

We can help you protect your freedom and your future by pursuing the best legal outcome for your unique robbery charges by calling (803) 548-2468 or contacting us online for today. We are here to help you pursue actual results. Call us now to learn more.


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108 Springs Street
Fort Mill, SC 29715-1722
(803) 548-2468

1061 Red Ventures Drive, Suite 145
Fort Mill, S.C. 29707
(803) 548-2000

910 E. North Street
Greenville, SC 29601
(803) 590-1958

324 East St. John Street, Suite F-2
Spartanburg, SC 29302
(864) 606-0053

331 Oakland Avenue
Rock Hill, SC 29730
(803) 985-9200

110 Trader’s Cross, 1st Floor
Bluffton, SC 29909
(843) 949-4354

2411 N. Oak Street, Suite 307B, 3rd Floor,
Myrtle Beach, SC 29577
(854) 854-5623

1240 Winnowing Way,
Suite 102 Office 1120
Mt. Pleasant, SC 29466
(843) 800-8165

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1501 Main Street,
Suite 507, Columbia, SC.

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