In Michigan, there are several offenses which can constitute Robbery, including: Armed Robbery; Unarmed Robbery; Assault with Intent to Rob while Armed; Assault with Intent to Rob while Unarmed; Carjacking; Bank, Safe, and Vault Robbery; and Home Invasion. All of these offenses are felonies, and require the assistance of an experienced criminal defense lawyer.
Armed Robbery in Michigan is a life maximum offense, that carries a mandatory prison sentence. If an aggravated assault or serious injury occurred during the commission of this offense, the prison sentence cannot be less than 2 years on the minimum prison sentence.
At trial, the Prosecution has the burden of proving the following 5 elements beyond a reasonable doubt: