Colorado Robbery Trial and Appellate Litigation
Robbery in Colorado requires the State to prove beyond a reasonable doubt that the accused took something of value from the person or presence of another by force, threats or intimidation. A robbery conviction is a serious felony offense and it is even more serious if a weapon or violence are involved. This kind of robbery is designated an aggravated robbery and the punishment for conviction for aggravated robbery is generally lengthier with mandatory prison time attached to any such conviction. Robbery cases can involve complex legal, constitutional and factual issues. Sometimes issues before trial are raised involving the identification of the robber. How the process employed to arrive at an alleged identification often raises complex legal and factual issues. Mr. Heher has litigated numerous robbery related cases on appeal and is very familiar with such cases. Mr. Heher will provide the guiding hand of counsel in any appeal involving these kinds of offenses and will ensure that your case is properly and fairly heard by Colorado’s appellate courts.
Learn more about Andrew Heher Law LLC and Mr. Heher’s unsurpassed experience and skills appealing robbery and aggravated robbery cases by calling 720.660.6574 or contacting him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Representative appellate cases in these areas include:
People v. Jones, 990 P.2d 1098 (Colo. App. 1999)
People v. Davis, 935 P.2d 75 (Colo. App. 1996)
People v. Helmstetter, 914 P.2d 474 (Colo. App. 1995) (Appellate court affirms district court’s dismissal of aggravated robbery charge because of violation of the Interstate Agreement on Detainers)
People v. Shackleford, 851 P.2d 218 (Colo. App. 1992)