• Jason Goudlock

Ohio Robbery Law

Updated: Aug 18

The following is from https://statelaws.findlaw.com/ohio-law/ohio-robbery-laws.html and shared here in order to get a sense of the injustice that Jason is facing.


Statutes

Ohio Revised Code Title XXIX. Crimes Procedure Section 2911.01 & Section 2911.02


Charges

Aggravated Robbery (Section 2911.01):

It’s a first degree felony to do any of the following while attempting to commit or committing a theft offense, or fleeing immediately after the attempt or offense:

  1. Have a deadly weapon and either show the weapon or use it;

  2. Have a dangerous ordnance; or

  3. Inflict, or attempt to inflict, serious physical harm on another.

Robbery (Section 2911.02):

  1. It’s a second degree felony to have a deadly weapon or inflict, attempt to inflict, or threaten to inflict physical harm on another while committing or attempting to commit a theft offense, or fleeing after the offense.

  2. It’s a third degree felony to use or threaten the immediate use of force against another while committing or attempting to commit a theft offense, or fleeing after the offense.


Penalties

Conviction under Ohio’s robbery laws can result in imprisonment and fines:

  1. First degree felony: prison term of 3 to 11 years and fines not exceeding $20,000.

  2. Second degree felony: prison term of 2 to 8 years and fines not exceeding $15,000.

  3. Third degree felony: prison term of 9, 12, 18, 24, 30, or 36 months and fines not exceeding $10,000.

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