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Armed Criminal Action

Are you facing charges in New Hampshire for any kind of armed criminal action?

You’ll want to make sure you have a highly qualified criminal defense attorney in your corner. If you’ve been arrested, you should call Michael Anzalone at The Anzalone Law Firm in Nashua, New Hampshire.

Michael Anzalone is a criminal defense lawyer with a strong background in defending clients facing armed criminal charges. He has represented many clients and always works to get the very best possible outcome. If you or a loved one is in trouble with the law over an arrest for armed criminal actions, please give him a call.

What is an Armed Criminal Action?

Many times this involves some type of robbery attempt. And in New Hampshire, law enforcement authorities don’t take this lightly. They work hard to make arrests in cases where people use weapons to rob someone.

In this state, robbery is classified as a felony. Prosecutors can seek either Class A or B felony charges, depending on the circumstances of your case.

If you did any of the following in committing the crime, they will probably seek Class A felony charges against you:

  • If you were armed with a deadly weapon
  • If you presented yourself so the victim could have thought you were armed with a deadly weapon
  • If you either inflicted or meant to inflict serious injury or even death on someone during the commission of this act.

In New Hampshire, the Criminal Code lays out the penalties for such crimes in RSA 651:2.

Here, you will learn that you could be sentenced by a judge to up to 15 years in prison if you are found guilty of an armed criminal activity, such as armed robbery. And just by having a gun on you when this is committed, you could get a sentence of up to 20 years. And the minimum sentence for this crime is three years.

Even if you are convicted on lesser Class B felony charges, you will still likely serve time in prison. In this case you face a maximum sentence of seven years. And there are fines associated with both offenses, which go up to $4,000. Again, this all depends on the circumstances of your case.

So you can see, this is a highly serious offense and you will want to have an experienced criminal defense attorney representing you. In fact, you will want to make sure you call Michael Anzalone as soon as possible after you are arrested so he can start working on your case right away. We will consider your case a high priority and will work tirelessly on your behalf.

He recommends that you don’t talk to police officers about your case without legal representation. This is because they can use anything you say against you as the case winds through the judicial system. So, you’ll want to talk this over with your attorney before speaking with investigators.

Please call us today to schedule a free consultation with Michael Anzalone.

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