Degree of Robbery and Attempted Robbery by jxg91389

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									                            Degrees of Robbery and Attempted Robbery

 1   SECTION 1. Robbery in the first degree.
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 3   (A) A person is guilty of robbery in the first degree if the person commits or attempts to
 4   commit a robbery and, when, in the course of the commission of the robbery or attempted
 5   robbery, or during immediate flight there from, he:
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 7          (1)      Causes serious bodily injury to any person who is not a participant in the
 8                   robbery; or
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10          (2)      Is armed with or displays a deadly weapon.
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12   (B) Robbery in the first degree is a felony and, upon conviction, a person must be
13   imprisoned for a mandatory minimum term of not less than ten years or more than thirty
14   years, no part of which may be suspended or probation granted. A person convicted
15   under this subsection is not eligible for parole until the person has served at least seven
16   years of the sentence.
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18   SECTION 2. Robbery in the second degree.
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20   (A) A person is guilty of robbery in the second degree if the person commits or attempts
21   to commit a robbery and when, in the course of the commission of the robbery or
22   attempted robbery, or during immediate flight there from, he:
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24                (1) Cause physical injury to any person who is not a participant in the crime;
25                    or
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27                (2) Is armed with, displays, or uses a representation of a deadly weapon or
28                    any object which a person present during the commission of the robbery or
29                    attempted robbery reasonably believes to be a deadly weapon.
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31   (B) Robbery in the second degree is a felony and, upon conviction, a person must be
32   imprisoned not more than fifteen years.
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34   SECTION 3. Robbery in the third degree.
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 1   (A) A person is guilty of robbery in the third degree if the person commits or attempts to
 2   commit a felonious or unlawful taking of money, goods, or other personal property of any
 3   value from the person of another or in their presence by the use or threatened use of
 4   violence, intimidation, or fear.
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 6   (B) Robbery in the third degree is a felony and, upon conviction, a person must be
 7   imprisoned not more than five years.
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