Robbery, Theft And Property Crimes

Robbery is an extremely serious offense in Arkansas. Arkansas law classifies a robbery charge as a Class B felony. This means you could face up to 20 years' imprisonment and a $15,000 fine. Aggravated robbery is an even more serious offense and can result in a life sentence. With that much at stake, you need to hire a skilled criminal defense attorney to ensure that you are treated fairly under the law.

McKay Law Firm defends people accused of all kinds of property crimes, including:

  • Robbery, theft and burglary
  • Fraud, embezzlement and other white collar crimes
  • Shoplifting
  • Identity theft
  • Criminal mischief

McKay Law FirmIn Arkansas, the severity of the punishment you are facing depends on the value of the property you were accused of taking. Even if you are only facing a misdemeanor charge, you could be facing jail time or large fines. McKay Law Firm will work hard to defend you before prosecutors, offering skilled criminal defense when it matters most. Call today to schedule your free consultation.