Criminal Law:

Robbery

Most states understand robbery as theft or larceny of assets, that is, property or money, through the offender's use of physical force or fear against a victim. Where a deadly weapon such as a gun is used, or the victim suffers injury, the robbery may be charged as "armed" or "aggravated." Unlike burglary, the crime of robbery almost always requires the presence of a victim who suffers actual injury, or is threatened with harm.

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