Michigan Criminal Law: Robbery

Robbery charges in the state of Michigan are based on allegations that combine the elements of a larceny charge with essentially an act of force or violence; i.e., similar elements of an assault and/or assault & battery. Another key issue is whether “weapon” was used during the alleged act. This one fact may determine whether someone is being charged with armed robbery, a capitol level offense; versus the significant but less serious charge of unarmed robbery.

For information Michigan’s Armed Robbery Charge, click here.
For information on Michigan’s Unarmed Robbery charge, click here.

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