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What is the maximum sentence for strong-armed robbery?

Buffalo, NY |

No weapons were involved, suspect only used force to beat victum(s).

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Sounds like what you’re describing would constitute a Robbery in the Second Degree, a Class “C” felony and more specifically a class “C” violent felony. The exact sentencing range would depend on the criminal background of the individual. If he or she has no prior felony convictions the sentencing range is 3 ½ to 15 years incarceration, followed by a period of post release supervision of between 2 ½ to 5 years. With a prior non-violent felony conviction the sentencing range is 5 to 15 years followed by five years post-release supervision. If a defendant is convicted of a class “C” violent felony and has a prior violent felony conviction the sentencing rang is 7 to 15 years followed by five years post release supervision.

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