Robbery & Aggravated Robbery


Robbery is when someone uses force, threats, or intimidation to take or steal something directly from another person, or in front of that person. Robbery is different from theft in that the victim must be present and witness the incident. Aggravated Robbery is when someone has or uses a weapon or pretends to have a weapon when they rob another person.      

If you or someone you know needs help on this topic, click here for some Denver-based and national organizations.

To see Colorado statutes on robbery and aggravated robbery, click here.