UCMJ – United States Code of Military Justice

922. ARTICLE 122. ROBBERY

10. Punitive Articles

Any person subject to this chapter who with intent to steal takes anything of value from the person or in the presence of another, against his will, by means of force or violence or fear of immediate or future injury to his person or property or to the person or property of a relative or member of his family or of anyone in his company at the time of the robbery, is guilty of robbery and shall be punished as a court-martial may direct.


2 Comments for this entry

  • Megan LeCroy

    I had my check card stolen and used. It turns out the person who stole it is a Marine. If I decide to press charges against him, would this be the correct one to charge him with? I do not know all the military rules and laws, and from what I’ve heard, they’re pretty extenstive. I just want to make sure I get as much information as I can before I decide to do anything.

    Thank you.

  • MA2

    No, not unless the accused marine used force or violence to take the card away from you. You should be looking at Larceny.

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