Category: Robbery

By Scott Limmer

An attorneys blog about criminal law and procedure, college discipline, Title IX and cases of Interest

Does a Polite Note to the Teller Mean You’re Not Robbing the Bank?

A Very Polite Robbery On the afternoon of May 6, when 23-year-old unemployed aspiring rap star Dominyk Antonio Alfonseca found himself in Virginia Beach, Virginia and running short of cash, he knew just what to do. After locating what he thought was the most impressive-looking bank in the area, a Towne Bank branch fronted by […]

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When pranks become crimes

Planning to commit a crime? Maybe it’s not a good idea to tape it. Here’s a useful tip if you might be planning to tape yourself threatening strangers with what appears to be a real handgun: think twice before you post those tapes on Instagram. That’s a lesson learned the hard way by Daron Stinson, […]

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