aggravated robbery

Definition of "aggravated robbery"
  1. The act of stealing from someone with the presence of aggravating aspects like wielding a weapon, causing physical harm, or having a partner in crime
How to use "aggravated robbery" in a sentence
  1. The defendant was charged with aggravated robbery after assaulting the shopkeeper and taking the cash from the register.
  2. Due to the use of a firearm during the theft, the charge was escalated to aggravated robbery.
  3. The two perpetrators worked together to commit the crime, leading to an aggravated robbery charge.

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