Robbery

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Robbery is the felonious taking of another's property, from his or her person or immediate presence and against his or her will, by means of force or fear. (See larceny.)

The United States definition[1] of robbery is the completed or attempted theft, directly from a person, of property or cash by force or threat of force, with or without a weapon, and with or without injury.

  • Completed/property taken - The successful taking of property from a person by force or threat of force, with or without a weapon, and with or without injury.
  • Completed with injury - The successful taking of property from a person, accompanied by an attack, either with or without a weapon, resulting in injury.
  • Completed without injury - The successful taking of property from a person by force or the threat of force, either with or without a weapon, but not resulting in injury.
  • Attempted to take property - The attempt to take property from a person by force or threat of force without success, with or without a weapon, and with or without injury.
  • Attempted without injury - The attempt to take property from a person by force or the threat of force without success, either with or without a weapon, but not resulting in injury.
  • Attempted with injury - The attempt to take property from a person without success, accompanied by an attack, either with or without a weapon, resulting in injury.

References

  1. http://www.ojp.usdoj.gov/bjs/////abstract/cvus/definitions.htm
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