|Pictured Above: Haeng Shin Kim. Source: OC Register.|
Robbery, as defined by Section §211 of the California Penal Code is defined as “the felonious taking of personal property in the possession of another, from his person or immediate presence, and against his will, accomplished by means of force or fear.” Robbery is often confused with burglary. Burglary is the crime of breaking and entering a building with intent to steal something or commit a felony inside. Therefore, robbery is a more serious crime since something is actually taken by force or fear.
If you are charged with robbery, burglary or murder, please contact an experienced criminal defense attorney right away. An experienced criminal defense attorney will help you by investigating the crime and either getting your charged dropped or lowered, or reducing your sentence.