Under the Texas Penal Code a person commits robbery if while they are committing theft and have the intent to take or maintain control of property that is not theirs and they intentionally, knowingly, or recklessly cause injury to another or they threaten or place another person in fear of imminent bodily injury or death. This is a Second Degree Felony.
Under the Texas Penal Code a person commits aggravated robbery if while they are committing robbery they cause serious bodily injury to a person, they use or exhibit (show) a deadly weapon, or they cause injury to another person or threaten or place a person in fear of imminent bodily injury or death if that person (the individual they are putting in fear or hurting) is 65 years or older or they are a disabled person. This is a First Degree Felony.
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