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Robbery; Tennessee Code Ann. 39-13-401

Robbery is a C Felony in Tennessee. Many people often get theft, burglary and robbery confused. Loosely defined, robbery is the theft from the person of another, either by fear or by violence. There are numerous defenses to robbery available. If you need to speak to an experienced and compassionate criminal defense attorney, call Douglass and Runger today.

Burglary; Tennessee Code Ann. 39-14-402

Burglary in Tennessee is a graded offense that is a felony. The loose definition of burglary is the entry into a building or motor vehicle not open to the public with the intent to commit a felony, assault, or theft. If the entry is into a house or other place where people live, it is an aggravated burglary. If serious bodily injury to a victim occurs, it is an especially aggravated burglary. If you have been accused of burglary, aggravated burglary, especially aggravated burglary, or possession of burglary tools, you need a skilled criminal defense attorney to protect your rights. Call Douglass and Runger today.

Assault; Tennessee Code Ann. 39-13-101

Assault in Tennessee is a graded offense and can be either a misdemeanor or a felony, depending on the facts of the case. Sometimes, facts of a case such as the use of a weapon or a resulting bodily injury cause an assault to be prosecuted as an aggravated or especially aggravated assault. These types of cases can often be reduced or resolved with the assistance of skilled criminal defense attorneys. If you or a loved one has been charged with any type of assault, including domestic violence, contact Douglass and Runger. We are here to help.

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