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Theft is defined under Section 378 of IPC as “whoever indenting to take dishonestly any moveable property out of the possession of any person without the consent of that person moves that property in order of such taking is said to commit theft.”
Robbery is defined under Section 390 of IPC as a more severe form of theft “when in order to commit theft or in attempting to commit theft the offender to that end voluntarily causes or attempts to cause to any person death or hurt or wrongful restraint or fear of either of these.”
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It is beneficial to hire a lawyer when you are a victim or an accused of theft and robbery. The lawyer will help you carry out proper legal discourse and represent your case in the strongest manner possible.
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Yes. Robbery is a cognizable and non-bailable offence. The accused, when proven guilty, can be sentenced to upto 10 years of imprisonment and a fine. Under Section 392, if robbery is committed on the highway between sunrise and sunset, the punishment can be upto 14 years. Under Section 393, attempt of robbery attracts a sentence of upto 7 years.
Extortion is something in between theft and robbery and can attract a punishment of 3 years or a fine, or both. It is defined under Section 383 of IPC.
Yes. You must immediately contact a criminal lawyer to defend you in the court of law because robbery is considered a serious offence and has a long sentence. An experienced lawyer can put up a strong defense for you and also help you know your rights and safeguard them.
Yes. Robbers are different from simple thieves. Robbers may carry deadly weapons and their intention can be to hurt you or even kill you. You must immediately file an FIR at the police station and contact a good lawyer to represent your case.
Whether you are an accused or the victim, you must hire a lawyer and let the legal expert handle your case so that you get justice and your rights are protected.
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