robbery, n. The illegal taking of property from the person of another, or in the person’s presence, by violence or intimidation; aggravated larceny. ? Robbery is usu. a felony, but some jurisdictions classify some robberies as high misdemeanors.

¡ª Also termed (in Latin) crimen roberiae. See LARCENY; THEFT. Cf. BURGLARY. [Cases: Robbery

1. C.J.S. Robbery ¡ì¡ì 2, 4, 12, 90¨C91.] ¡ª rob, vb.

¡°Robbery is larceny from the person by violence or intimidation. It is a felony both at common law and under modern statutes. Under some of the new penal codes robbery does not require an actual taking of property. If force or intimidation is used in the attempt to commit theft this is sufficient.¡± Rollin M. Perkins & Ronald N. Boyce, Criminal Law 343 (3d ed. 1982).

aggravated robbery. Robbery committed by a person who either carries a dangerous weapon ¡ª often called armed robbery ¡ª or inflicts bodily harm on someone during the robbery. ? Some statutes also specify that a robbery is aggravated when the victim is a member of a protected class, such as children or the elderly. [Cases: Robbery 11. C.J.S. Robbery ¡ì¡ì 24¨C28, 79, 82, 90.]

armed robbery. Robbery committed by a person carrying a dangerous weapon, regardless of whether the weapon is revealed or used. ? Most states punish armed robbery as an aggravated form of robbery rather than as a separate crime. [Cases: Robbery 11. C.J.S. Robbery ¡ì¡ì 24¨C28, 79, 82, 90.]

conjoint robbery (k[schwa]n-joynt). A robbery committed by two or more persons. [Cases: Robbery 15. C.J.S. Robbery ¡ì¡ì 31¨C33, 78, 90.]

highway robbery.

1. Robbery committed against a traveler on or near a public highway. [Cases: Robbery

1. C.J.S. Robbery ¡ì¡ì 2, 4, 12, 90¨C91.]

2. Figuratively, a price or fee that is unreasonably high; excessive profit or advantage.

simple robbery. Robbery that does not involve an aggravating factor or circumstance. [Cases: Robbery

1. C.J.S. Robbery ¡ì¡ì 2, 4, 12, 90¨C91.]

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