he faces two felony counts of first degree burglary, two felony counts of robbery with a dangerous weapon and one felony count of second-degree kidnapping. His trial date is set for July 21 where he will also be tried in connection for the earlier charge of first-degree murder
Criminal Defense Attorney
If he gets convicted of First Degree Murder, the rest of these charges will matter very little. To answer your questions, though, First Degree Burglary is a Class D felony. Depending on the defendant's record, it could carry a sentence of as much as 210 months in prison each or as little as 38 months each. Armed Robbery is also a Class D felony, carrying the same potential punishment. Second Degree Kidnapping is a Class E felony. It can carry as much as 94 months in prison or as little as a suspended 15 months sentence and probation.
It sounds like he has a tough fight ahead of him. Best of luck.
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