Dallas, TX asked in Criminal Law and Constitutional Law for Texas

Q: If you did a beer run and store worker tried stopping you by blocking the door and you hit her and she hits you back an

You run outside away from the store clerk and then another store worker grabs a baseball ball bat from behind the counter and gives it to a costumer and strikes me with it.. wut kind of case is this

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Jodi Soyars
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A: It is called robbery and is a second degree felony. It can jump to a first degree felony if it is aggravated because of serious bodily injury, it is done to someone over 65 or involves a deadly weapon.

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