Lewisville Bank Robbery Lawyer

The state of Texas defines robbery as a second-degree felony in which a person is charged with theft, in addition to actually committing, having the intent to commit, or threatening harm towards another individual in the course of the theft. As such, when a person robs a bank and threatens anyone there or harms someone, he or she could be finding themselves facing the serious charge of bank robbery. As an often severely punished crime in Texas, facing such a charge can be frightening and overwhelming.

Possible Penalties

If a person is convicted of their bank robbery charge, he or she could be penalized severely, depending on their history and the circumstances of the crime. In such a situation, a person could be punished with the following penalties:

  • Community service
  • Mandatory electronic monitoring
  • 2 – 20 years in a prison
  • Fines up to $10,000 (varies)

Because of how serious these penalties can be and the dramatic alteration they can have on a person’s life, creating a strong defense is critical. However, when a person is unfamiliar with the criminal process, it can be extremely difficult to defend themselves and may result in being convicted of this damaging crime.

Contact Us

At Alexander & Associates, our legal team knows how stressful it can be to be with charged with bank robbery. We believe in helping our clients aggressively fight such charges and do our utmost to protect them from being convicted and, subsequently, charged with the serious accompanying penalties. Find out how we can work to defend you today by calling (972) 420-6560.