Father And Two Adult Children Arrested On Allegations Of Bank Robbery

By: Wallin & Klarich

Authorities in Texas allege that a father and his two adult children are responsible for the robbery of multiple banks. Authorities arrested the fifty-year-old man, and his twenty-year-old son, and eighteen-year-old daughter after authorities recognized the father and son from surveillance footage. Police claim they had seen the father and son previously, in a surveillance …

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Ventura County Teacher Appears In Court on Allegations Of Armed Robbery

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Simi Valley High School science teacher David Considine appeared in court Thursday on armed robbery charges. Considine is accused of robbing a convenience store at knife point. Considine sought, through his Ventura robbery attorney, to be released into a drug treatment facility. His attorney claims that because of drug use, Considine has no recollection of …

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Number Of Pharmacies Targeted By Robbers Continues To Increase In The United States

By: Wallin & Klarich

More and more across the country, law enforcement is delaing with a rise in the number of pharmacies that are robbed. The reason for the increase in the robberies, many experts say, are atributed to addicts seeking the powerful painkiller Oxycotin. The number of addicts hooked on Oxycotin has dramatically increased in the last several …

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What if I’m charged with robbery, what should I do? Penal Code Section 211

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Robbery is defined as taking the personal property of another using any amount of force, no matter how slight, or by fear. Robbery is classified as either first degree or second degree. First degree robbery is much serious crime. Some types of robbery that are classified as first degree robbery are: when a person commits …

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PC 211 – A robbery is a crime involving moral turpitude that can result in deportation.

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A recent petition denial by the United States Court of Appeals, Ninth Circuit, has established that robbery under California Penal Code 211 is a crime involving moral turpitude for purposes of the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA). This means that a non-citizen immigrant can be deported or deemed inadmissible into the county if convicted of …

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