robbery conviction

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Noun1.robbery conviction - conviction for robbery
judgment of conviction, sentence, conviction, condemnation - (criminal law) a final judgment of guilty in a criminal case and the punishment that is imposed; "the conviction came as no surprise"
law, jurisprudence - the collection of rules imposed by authority; "civilization presupposes respect for the law"; "the great problem for jurisprudence to allow freedom while enforcing order"
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The report also said that Brinkley overturned in 1999 an armed robbery conviction against one Kevin Sanchez after Mack testified as an alibi in a post-trial motion.
Marshall had a conviction for house burglary in 2008 before the robbery conviction in 2013.
OJ SIMPSON will live in Florida after he is released on parole from a Nevada prison where he has been held for the past nine years for a robbery conviction, his lawyer said.
Alexander said everyone "washed their hands" of him following his robbery conviction.
Simpson is now in prison on a 2008 armed robbery conviction related to the robbery of two sports memorabilia dealers at a Las Vegas hotel.
57) The court reasoned that the evidence was insufficient to show the defendant used or threatened to use physical force against the victim sufficient for a second-degree robbery conviction, because the defendant had no weapon and did not harm or threaten the victim.
He said that Williams had a previous robbery conviction which had "disturbing similar features.
According to police, the suspect -- who was arrested on Saturday -- had previously served jail time in Greece on a robbery conviction but was released nearly a year ago.
Owens was sentenced to 8 to 10 years in state prison after being found in violation of the terms of his probation from a 1993 armed robbery conviction.
Salem man to get hearing over his robbery conviction
At the crown court in Leamington, Riley, who had a previous robbery conviction, was jailed for 12 years, while Williams was jailed for nine years and three months.
If Simpson succeeds in getting his armed robbery conviction thrown out, prosecutors will have to either retry him or offer a plea bargain.