Robbery Offences

  • Armed Robbery

    If you are found guilty of being armed with an offensive weapon, or instrument whilst robbing or intended to rob another, you could be liable to up to 25 years’ imprisonment.

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  • Armed Robbery with Wounding

    Any person armed with an offensive weapon who robs, or intends to rob any person, and throughout the robbery process, assaults, wounds, or inflicts grievous bodily harm upon, such person, can be liable to imprisonment for 25 years.

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  • Robbery/Stealing from the Person

    Any person who robs or assaults with intent to rob another is liable to 14 years’ imprisonment.

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    In NSW, a court can impose various penalties for stealing from the person, such as a fine, good behaviour bond, community sentence, suspended sentence, periodic detention and imprisonment.


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