According to the Canadian Criminal Code, what are the four ways in which a robbery may be committed?
Robbery is stealing from a person using violence or threats of violence. The Canadian Criminal Code outlines 4 ways a Robbery may be committed:
∙ Stealing while using violence or threats of violence to take or extort the property
∙ Stealing and, either immediately before or after taking the property, either wounding, striking, beating or otherwise using violence against the person
∙ Assaulting any person with the intent to steal
∙ Stealing from a person while being armed with a weapon or an imitation of a weapon.