Class G felony
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What is the difference between common law robbery and robbery?
The main difference in the two types of robbery charges lies in the name 鈥?one involves a dangerous weapon and one does not. In North Carolina, common law robbery is a Class G felony. This means that it is punishable by up to 47 months in prison.
What is common law robbery in North Carolina?
Essentially, common law robbery is the taking of the property of another person by using force or threat of force. If the robbery involves a dangerous weapon, a person will no longer be facing common law robbery charges in North Carolina. They will not be facing 鈥渞obbery with a dangerous weapon鈥?charges.
What are the different types of robbery charges?
There are two main types of robbery charges: common law robbery and robbery with a dangerous weapon. While both of these robbery charges are felonious, robbery with a dangerous weapon is quite a bit more serious than common law robbery.
What are the laws against robbery in the US?
Two provisions (18 U.S.C.A. 2112, 2114) punish robbery when the property taken is from the U.S. mail or is property belonging to the federal government. The Hobbs Act (18 U.S.C.A. 1951) punishes the obstruction of interstate commerce by robbery.