Noordanus AdvocatuurRobbery


An armed robbery is a qualified theft. This means that there is suspicion of theft with aggravating circumstances. The maximum penalty for an armed robbery can be found in Article 312 of the Criminal Code and amounts to 9 years of imprisonment or a fine of the fifth category. It is up to the court to determine, based on all the facts and circumstances, as well as your personal situation, what penalty will be imposed if you are found guilty. In any case, it is wise to contact a lawyer if you are suspected of an armed robbery to advise you and assist you during the criminal proceedings and police interrogations.


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