Attorney David Reyna
Robbery is the crime of taking something directly from a person while it is in their possession, usually accompanied by force or fear. Robbery is a second degree felony punishable by up to 20 years in prison as well as potential fines. If a weapon is used or if anyone is injured, the robbery becomes an “aggravated robbery” and is a first degree felony which can mean a maximum of a life sentence.
Robbery suspects and defendants should question anyone who tells someone accused of robbery that “it’s no big deal” or “not to worry.” It is a big deal and there are many reasons to worry. David Reyna is an experienced criminal defense attorney who will vigorously defend your rights. As a former assistant District Attorney, David has the skill to tactfully negotiate with the prosecution.
Burglary is the breaking or entering of a building with the intent to commit a felony, theft or assault. Burglary of a structure that is not inhabited by people is considered a state jail felony and can carry penalties of up to two years in the state jail along with fines. Burglary of an inhabited building is usually considered a second degree felony and can be punishable by not only heavy fines but up to 20 years in prison. However, if the building is a habitation and the intended, attempted, or committed act is a felony other than theft, it is a first degree felony and the range of punishment is up to 99 years or life in prison and heavy fines.
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