Aggressive Defense Against Robbery Charges
Robbery is violent ‘breaking and entering’:
- Second-degree robbery is theft that causes injury. If convicted, you can spend up to 20 years in prison and pay a fine of up to $10,000.
- Armed robbery, or aggravated robbery, is even more serious. You may be charged with armed robbery if the police suspect you caused serious injury, used or waved a weapon, or robbed a victim over 65 or who is disabled. You could spend your life in prison and pay a fine of up to $10,000 if convicted.
Have you been charged with a felony criminal charge in Texas? You want to work with a criminal defense attorney who knows what he is doing and is determined to get you a fair trial. John M. Petruzzi, Attorney at Law, will work to get a verdict in your favor.
How Our Experience Can Benefit You
Defense attorney John M. Petruzzi is one of few Texas board-certified criminal defense attorneys. He also served as a chief prosecutor supervising other prosecutors in Texas felony court and is a former Harris County Assistant District Attorney. He uses his insider knowledge and experience of over 30 years to strive for the best resolution in each case.
Mr. Petruzzi cares about your case; you can count on him to vigorously defend your rights so that you can move on with your life.
Contact A Board-Certified Criminal Defense Attorney
Contact the Houston law office of John M. Petruzzi, Attorney at Law: 713-581-1789 or toll free at 888-386-4503.