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Minnesota Robbery Lawyers

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Serious Consequences for a Serious Crime

No matter what type of robbery crime you are charged with, the penalties are tough if convicted. This is why you need a tough robbery and aggravated robbery defense attorney protecting you during questioning by police, to negotiate with prosecutors and to represent you at trial.

Our goal is always to get the charges dismissed or reduced and to ensure that you receive the best possible outcome at a trial before a judge and jury.

In some cases it is necessary to argue to the judge for reduce the sentence, especially if it is a first offense. This will make it easier for you to move on with your life much sooner. In any event, you need a robbery or aggravated robbery defense lawyer fighting for you in Minnesota. That’s what we do here at Sieben Edmunds Miller.

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