Aggravated Robbery is a felony in the first degree (up to life in prison). If a person is attempting to commit theft and causes serious bodily injury to another, or uses a weapon for the theft, then the act is a felony in the first degree. (Regular robbery requires just a bodily injury, but aggravated robbery requires a serious bodily injury).
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