Robbery in the second degree charges dropped in Brooklyn

2012

Our client was arrested for a robbery and charged with robbery in the second degree, a class C violent felony carrying up to 15 years in prison. Our client was a student and hoping to start a profession upon graduation and contacted us for help. A felony or any prison time was extremely terrifying to our client and our client’s family. After litigating our client’s case in court for several months, we were able to work out a settlement where our client would plead guilty to disorderly conduct, a non-criminal violation, and pay a small fine. No criminal record, no jail, and no probation.

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