Strong Defense From Armed Robbery Charges

For robbery charges to be classified as an armed robbery, the assailant must have a knife, gun or another weapon in their possession. It does not matter whether or not the weapon is actually used against the victim. Even threat of violence is enough to escalate the severity of the crime to an armed robbery.

A conviction can have serious consequences. While armed robbery is typically a state crime, an armed bank robbery is a federal crime and is subject to separate penalties, such as possible life imprisonment. Due to the severity of this crime, an accused individual should immediately seek representation from a Boston armed robbery defense attorney to protect their best interests.

Team Approach To Your Defense

At J. W. Carney, Jr. and Associates, we devote significant resources to each case. We take a team approach to investigate your charges and thoroughly evaluate your defense strategy from all angles. Our firm understands the prosecution's tactics, anticipates their arguments and proactively addresses areas of concern.

Our ultimate goal is to protect your future and prevent a conviction. Our skilled team will carefully identify and explore all possibilities to have your charges dismissed or lessened. We understand that you may have been wrongfully accused of a crime, or that your charges may be inflated.

We believe that our clients should have the power to determine their own future. Therefore, we invest the time necessary to explain relevant laws, how they will impact your case and your different options to move forward. Our legal team will work closely with you to make sure you understand the legal process and you have the information you need to make informed decisions.

Contact Our Lawyers For Assertive Representation

Selected as one of The Five Best Private Criminal Defense Attorneys in the state by Boston magazine, Jay knows how to secure the results you need. If you face armed robbery charges, call J. W. Carney, Jr. and Associates at 617-830-6760 to schedule a case consultation. You may also contact our offices online. We understand your level of concern and will respond to your request within 24 hours.