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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Brand, 45, of Dunholme Road, Elswick, was on licence at the time of the one-punch attack on Mr Richardson following a robbery conviction in 2017.
In fact he robbed the student house just weeks after coming off licence for a previous robbery conviction for which he was given a three year sentence in September 2015.
Where a defendant who pleaded guilty to methamphetamine distribution challenged his career-offender determination at sentencing, the judgment is affirmed because an Arkansas robbery conviction qualified as a crime of violence.
Hamilton was wanted on an active Saline County warrant for violation of probation, police said, and was serving probation for a 2017 aggravated robbery conviction.
With regard to the federal three-strikes law, there is no dispute that Johnson's 1976 bank robbery conviction and the current conviction on the 2002 bank robbery both constitute serious violent felonies under the statute and therefore count as two strikes against him.
Seven inmates had been convicted for mass murder or serial killing (one of whom also had a robbery conviction).
In May 2011, after his robbery conviction was overturned, plaintiff Hector Valentin filed a pro se civil rights complaint against several defendants, including the city of Rochester, the Rochester Police Department, the Monroe County District Attorney's Office and several prosecutors and police officers.
DETECTIVE CHIEF SUPERINTENDENT ORCHARD Sayers also maintained his innocence for his 1990 armed robbery conviction, saying he was convicted "on perjured evidence".
Scott, which held that a defendant's 1977 robbery conviction was not too old to be used to impeach her, because her sentence was in effect until 1986, even though she was paroled in 1980.
<br />In reversing the state Court of Appeals and reinstating the common law robbery conviction of defendant Ahmad Nicholson, a unanimous high court found that the appeals court placed undue weight on a police lieutenant's subjective interpretation of the situation rather than focusing on how an objective, reasonable officer would have viewed them.
Ames has a long criminal history including charges of throwing bleach at people in a deli in 2008 and an attempted robbery conviction in 2011.