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PL 160.05 00D Felony, 1 count, Not an arrest charge, Not an arraignment charge

DescriptionRobbery-3rd

Indictment Count4

Date Added10/06/2016

PL 160.10 01C Felony, 1 count, Not an arrest charge, Not an arraignment charge

DescriptionRobbry 2nd/aided By Anoth

Indictment Count2

Date Added10/06/2016

PL 120.05 03D Felony, 2 counts, Arrest charge, Not an arraignment charge

DescriptionAslt-2-int Caus Ph Inj To Off

Indictment Count8

PL 160.10 2BC Felony, 1 count, Not an arrest charge, Not an arraignment charge

DescriptionRob-2nd:displays Firearm

Indictment Count3

Date Added10/06/2016

PL 205.30 00A Misdemeanor, 1 count, Not an arrest charge, Not an arraignment charge

DescriptionResisting Arrest

Indictment Count5

Date Added10/06/2016

PL 120.05 03D Felony, 2 counts, Arrest charge, Not an arraignment charge

DescriptionAslt-2-int Caus Ph Inj To Off

Indictment Count7

PL 120.05 03D Felony, 2 counts, Arrest charge, Not an arraignment charge

DescriptionAslt-2-int Caus Ph Inj To Off

Indictment Count9

PL 120.05 03D Felony, 2 counts, Arrest charge, Not an arraignment charge

DescriptionAslt-2-int Caus Ph Inj To Off

Indictment Count6

PL 160.15 04 
**TOP CHARGE**B Felony, 1 count, Not an arrest charge, Not an arraignment charge

DescriptionRobbery-1st:displays Firearm

Indictment Count1

Date Added10/06/2016

PL 120.00 01A Misdemeanor, 1 count, Not an arrest charge, Not an arraignment charge

DescriptionAslt W/int Causes Phys Injury

Indictment Count10

Date Added10/06/2016

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2 hours ago, cjames11213 said:

PL 160.05 00D Felony, 1 count, Not an arrest charge, Not an arraignment charge
DescriptionRobbery-3rd
Indictment Count4
Date Added10/06/2016

 

"PL" is short for Penal Law (i.e., the New York Penal Law).  "160.05" is robbery in the third degree (hence, "Robbery-3rd").  I have no idea what "00D" means.  "Felony" means that this offense is punishable as a felony.  "Indictment Count4," taken in the context of all of the rest of your post, indicates that the person to whom all of this relates has been charged in an indictment that contains 10 counts, all but two of which are felonies.  The 3rd degree robbery charge is count #4 of 10.  The indictment appears to have been filed on October 6, 2016.

 

Needless to say, if this person is convicted on all charges, he/she will be going to prison for a long time.

 

Whether or not you need a lawyer obviously depends on whether you're the person to whom all of this relates.

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Hi @cjames11213

 

Welcome to the community and thanks for posting! Looks like you've already gotten some great direction from the legal community. As others have mentioned, if one person is facing all of these criminal charges, he/she will likely want to consult with a criminal defense attorney. Click here for a free consultation with a criminal attorney, or check out our resources about public defenders:

 

Best of luck and let us know if you have additional questions!

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3 hours ago, pg1067 said:

 

"PL" is short for Penal Law (i.e., the New York Penal Law).  "160.05" is robbery in the third degree (hence, "Robbery-3rd").  I have no idea what "00D" means.  "Felony" means that this offense is punishable as a felony.  "Indictment Count4," taken in the context of all of the rest of your post, indicates that the person to whom all of this relates has been charged in an indictment that contains 10 counts, all but two of which are felonies.  The 3rd degree robbery charge is count #4 of 10.  The indictment appears to have been filed on October 6, 2016.

 

Needless to say, if this person is convicted on all charges, he/she will be going to prison for a long time.

 

Whether or not you need a lawyer obviously depends on whether you're the person to whom all of this relates.

 

Thank you for the reply no I am not the person I am the victim.

 

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