San Antonio Bank Robbery Defense Lawyer

If you or someone you know is facing a charge for bank robbery please contact the law office of the San Antonio criminal lawyer as soon as possible. 

The state of Texas defines robbery as any act of theft that includes either:

Because robbery is a violent crime, it is automatically considered a felony in the second degree.  Under state law, robbery is punished differently from theft crimes because they involve an assault on another person.  Remember that the legal definition of assault includes the threat of violence; assault does not have to be physical. Bank robbery is treated especially harshly since in most cases it involves the endangering of multiple lives. 

If you used a weapon during the bank robbery, you will be charged with aggravated robbery (and perhaps a weapons charge.) Aggravated robbery is a first-degree felony.
You will also be charged with aggravated robbery under the following conditions:

The punishment for a bank robbery conviction always includes prison time, but the San Antonio criminal lawyer can help your case. Contact our office today for an immediate consultation.