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Smith Bail Bonds offers the best bail bond services in Jackson, Perryville, Marble Hill, and beyond. Below, we'll take a look at bail bonds for burglary and robbery in the state of Missouri, and if you or a loved one has been accused of either crime, call our local bail bondsman today!
Robbery is, plain and simple, taking items from others against their will. Burglary is taking items from a building unlawfully. Both have been around since the dawn of mankind.
Robbery in the state of Missouri is a first or second degree Class A or B felony. If convicted, you could be sentenced anywhere from 10 to 30 years in jail. Robbery in the first degree is when physical harm comes to someone or that person is threatened by the robber. Second degree Class B felony in Missouri is where you steal property and someone is inadvertently hurt in the process.
Burglary in the state of Missouri is when someone knowingly enters a building with the intent to commit a crime of theft. Burglary is a felony in this state, but there are different classes. The difference between the classes when it comes to burglary is if a weapon was used or if someone was present and/or hurt during the burglary. Penalties vary based on the class of burglary someone is convicted of. Jail time can be anywhere from one day to 15 years behind bars.
Smith Bail Bonds offers compassionate bail bond services in Southeastern Missouri. When you partner with us, we'll ensure your loved one who is charged with robbery or burglary gets out as quickly as possible. Call today!