Armed Robbery

If you have been charged with armed robbery, you know that this is a serious matter. Armed robbery in New Jersey is a felony punishable by 20 years to life in prison. And because armed robbery is a violent crime, it is covered by the No Early Release Act. Someone convicted of armed robbery must serve at least 85 percent of his or her prison sentence before being released on parole.

Certified Criminal Trial Lawyer Who Knows How to Help You

It is critical that you have a seasoned criminal defense lawyer if you've been charged with a serious offense such as armed robbery. The stakes are simply too high to do otherwise. At our Toms River, New Jersey, law firm, The Law Offices of David T. Schlendorf, attorney Schlendorf is a veteran criminal defense lawyer certified by the Supreme Court of New Jersey as a criminal trial lawyer. This status is awarded to only 2 percent of criminal attorneys in the state, so clients can be confident that they are receiving the aggressive defense needed when working with our attorney.

Contact our law firm right away if you're facing a felony robbery charge in New Jersey.

Other Penalties for Armed Robbery

In addition to a stiff prison term, individuals convicted of armed robbery could face other penalties, including fines, electronic monitoring and the revocation of some types of professional licenses. After release from prison, a person convicted of armed robbery will have a state or federal felony record that is not eligible for expungement in New Jersey.

Defending Clients Against Armed Robbery Charges in New Jersey

If you have been charged with armed robbery, contact The Law Offices of David T. Schlendorf. The stakes are very high, so call today. The firm represents clients throughout New Jersey, including in places such as Toms River, Brick, Asbury Park, Long Branch, Manalapan, Middletown and New Brunswick.