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                                CHAPTER 37
                                 ROBBERY

     Sec.
     3701.  Robbery.
     3702.  Robbery of motor vehicle.

        Enactment.  Chapter 37 was added December 6, 1972, P.L.1482,
     No.334, effective in six months.
        Cross References.  Chapter 37 is referred to in section 911
     of this title; section 5985.1 of Title 42 (Judiciary and
     Judicial Procedure).
     § 3701.  Robbery.
        (a)  Offense defined.--
            (1)  A person is guilty of robbery if, in the course of
        committing a theft, he:
                (i)  inflicts serious bodily injury upon another;
                (ii)  threatens another with or intentionally puts
            him in fear of immediate serious bodily injury;
                (iii)  commits or threatens immediately to commit any
            felony of the first or second degree;
                (iv)  inflicts bodily injury upon another or
            threatens another with or intentionally puts him in fear
            of immediate bodily injury; or
                (v)  physically takes or removes property from the
            person of another by force however slight.
            (2)  An act shall be deemed "in the course of committing
        a theft" if it occurs in an attempt to commit theft or in
        flight after the attempt or commission.
        (b)  Grading.--Robbery under subsection (a)(1)(iv) is a
     felony of the second degree; robbery under subsection (a)(1)(v)
     is a felony of the third degree; otherwise, it is a felony of
     the first degree.
     (June 24, 1976, P.L.425, No.102, eff. imd.)

        Cross References.  Section 3701 is referred to in sections
     5708, 6105 of this title; sections 5552, 6302, 6307, 6308, 6336,
     6355, 9714, 9719, 9802 of Title 42 (Judiciary and Judicial
     Procedure); section 702 of Title 54 (Names).
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