Conjoint Robbery - Tulsa Trial Attorneys
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Robbery - Definition
Robbery is a wrongful taking of personal property from another person. The property can be on the person, or just in their immediate presence. The taking of the property must be against the will of the owner and by means of force or fear. 21 O.S. 791
Conjoint Robbery - Elements
No person may be convicted of conjoint robbery unless the State has proved beyond a reasonable doubt each element of the crime. These elements are:
(3) carrying away;
(4) personal property;
(5) of another;
(6) from the person / (the immediate presence) of another;
(7), by force/fear;
(8) committed by two or more persons.
Robbery Committed by Two or More People - Penalty
Whenever two or more people conjointly commit a robbery or where the whole number of people conjointly commits a robbery and people that are present and aiding such robbery amount to two or more, each and either of such people shall be guilty of a felony punishable by imprisonment in the State Penitentiary for a minimum of five (5) years and a maximum of fifty (50) years. 21 O.S. 800
Other Robbery Charges
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