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You need an attorney to try to reduce the charge and work toward a lower sentence or even probation
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The sentence range for robbery is 2-9 years. The attorney will work to keep that on the low end.
Unlikely unless the charge is reduced with the help of a lawyer.
Per CA criminal code.......3 years
801. Except as provided in Sections 799 and 800, prosecution for anoffense punishable by imprisonment in the state prison shall becommenced within three years after commission of the offense.
(799 and 800 don't apply)
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