Defending Against Robbery Charges
When someone uses or threatens to use a weapon or force in order to take goods or services from another person, that person may be charged with robbery or armed robbery in Connecticut. A person does not have to actually have a weapon in order to be charged with armed robbery. Charges of robbery and armed robbery can be complex and often come down to the identification of the suspect. Given the penalties that can come with a robbery convicted, it is important that your side of the story is told.
If you need experienced criminal defense, you should contact the law office of Paoletti & Gusmano, Attorneys at Law. Our lawyers have more than 50 years of combined trial experience defending the rights of individuals in state and federal courts throughout Connecticut. We do what it takes to protect your rights and pursue your best interests.
A robbery charge, or a charge of another theft offense, could impact the rest of your life. Contact us to understand your options and how to protect your rights. Contact us at 203-371-1000.
Experienced Handling Of All Theft-Related Charges
Regardless of how much money is taken in a robbery, armed robbery or attempted robbery, a person charged with one of these offenses may be facing a lengthy prison sentence in addition to other serious criminal penalties.
Our firm will thoroughly investigate the allegations against you, including witness accounts, surveillance videos and any other applicable evidence. We have an in-depth understanding of all aspects of state and federal law and the rules regarding the inclusion of evidence in criminal trials. Our lawyers will never cease in protecting the rights of our clients.
Contact Our Experienced Trial Lawyers
If you have been accused of robbery or a related property crime, contact our firm for effective defense and legal counsel. We offer a free case evaluation and a variety of payment options to suit your needs. Call our Bridgeport office at 203-371-1000 or contact us online.