Robbery

Simple Robbery — Louisiana

New Orleans Robbery Defense

Elizabeth B. Carpenter, Esq. — New Orleans Simple Robbery Defense Attorney

 

Simple Robbery — La R.S. 14.65

Simple Robbery is the taking of anything of value belonging to another from the person of another or that is in the immediate control of another, by use of force or intimidation, but not armed with a dangerous weapon.  

Whoever commits the crime of simple robbery shall be fined not more than $3,000, imprisoned with or without hard labor for not more than 7 years, or both.  

 

Simple Robbery is a Crime of Violence under La Revised Statutes.

 

If you or a loved on is facing Simple Robbery charges, you need an experienced hard-working attorney.  Contact  Elizabeth B. Carpenter Law  to schedule a consultation.  Your freedom is important to us!

Second Degree Robbery — Louisiana Law

 

 

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  Second Degree Robbery — La R.S. 14:64.4

 

Second degree robbery is the taking of anything of value belonging to another from the person of another or that is in the immediate control of another when the offender intentionally inflicts serious bodily injury.

Whoever commits the crime of second degree robbery shall be imprisoned at hard labor for 3 to 40 years.

 

Second Degree Robbery is a Crime of Violence under La Revised Statutes.

 

Carjacking Laws — Louisiana

 

 

 Carjacking — 14:64.2

 

 Carjacking is the intentional taking of a motor vehicle belonging to another person, in the presence of that person, or in the presence of a passenger, or any other person in lawful possession of the motor vehicle, by the use of force or intimidation.

Whoever commits the crime of carjacking shall be imprisoned at hard labor for 2 to 20 years, without benefit of parole, probation, or suspension of sentence.  

Carjacking is a Crime of Violence under La Revised Statutes — 85% of any prison sentence must be served.

 

First Degree Robbery — Louisiana

 

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  First Degree Robbery — La R.S. 14:64.1

First Degree Robbery is the taking of anything of value belonging to another from the person of another, or that is in the immediate control of another, by use of force or intimidation, when the offender leads the victim to reasonably believe he is armed with a dangerous weapon.  

Whoever commits the crime of first degree robbery shall be imprisoned at hard labor for 3 to 40 years, without benefit of parole, probation or suspension of imposition or execution of sentence. 

First Degree Robbery is a Crime of Violence under La Revised Statutes.

 

If you or a loved on is facing First Degree Robbery charges, you need an experienced hard-working attorney.  

 

Armed Robbery / Attempted Armed Robbery / Firearm — Louisiana

 

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Armed Robbery in Louisiana — La R.S. 14:64

Armed Robbery is the taking of anything of value belonging to another from the person of another or that is in the immediate control of another, by use of force or intimidation, while armed with a dangerous weapon.

Whoever commits the crime of armed robbery shall be imprisoned at hard labor for 10 – 99 years, without benefit of parole, probation, or suspension of sentence.

 

  Armed Robbery with a Firearm  – 14:64.3

When the dangerous weapon used in the commission of the crime of armed robbery is a firearm, the offender shall be imprisoned at hard labor for an additional period of 5 years without benefit of parole, probation, or suspension of sentence.  The additional penalty imposed pursuant to this Subsection shall be served consecutively to the sentence imposed above.

When the dangerous weapon used in the commission of the crime of Attempted Armed Robbery is a firearm, the offender shall be imprisoned  at hard labor for an additional period of 5 years without benefit of parole, probation, or suspension of sentence.  The additional penalty imposed pursuant to this Subsection shall be served consecutively to the sentence imposed above.

 

Armed Robbery is a Crime of Violence under La Revised Statutes.

 

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