Violent Theft Crimes Lawyer in Wilmington
If you have been arrested and charged with a violent theft crime in Wilmington or elsewhere in North Carolina, you need to learn more about your rights and options. There is a lot at stake in your case. An experienced lawyer can help you protect your rights, explore your options and preserve your freedom after a misdemeanor or felony arrest.
At Roberts Law Group, PLLC, we provide experienced representation for individuals charged with armed robbery and violent theft crimes in Wilmington and elsewhere in North Carolina. Former New Hanover County Assistant District Attorney Patrick Roberts has defended people in counties throughout the state. We work aggressively and effectively on behalf of our clients in federal and state courts.
Armed Robbery and Burglary Defense in North Carolina
Roberts Law Group has defended clients against a wide range of violent theft crime charges and other property crime charges, including:
- Breaking and entering
- Armed robbery
- Theft with assault
- Auto theft
- Juvenile theft offenses
The penalties upon conviction of a violent theft crime can include jail time, fines, probation and a permanent mark on your criminal record. Fortunately, you have options and our firm can provide the candid advice you need.
Read more in the North Carolina statute § 14-53 about the charge of breaking and entering and the burden of proof that prosecutors must meet to secure a conviction.
We Handle Every Client With Care
If you have been arrested on suspicion of armed robbery or another violent theft crime, contact Roberts Law Group, PLLC, to discuss your situation with an experienced Wilmington defense attorney. Schedule a free initial consultation by calling our Wilmington office at 910-212-5555
to make an appointment.
North Carolina vs. M.W.
Charge: Charge: Robbery with A Dangerous Weapon (4 Counts), First Degree Burglary, Conspiracy to Commit Robbery with A Dangerous Weapon
Facing: 12 - 17 years in prison
An incarcerated defendant accused our client of participating in the robbery of a group of youth at a party. We were able to raise doubt as to the credibility of this individual. In the end, the prosecutor dismissed these charges, citing a lack of evidence.