Burglary is the act of unlawfully entering a building or a home for the purpose of committing a crime. Burglary is often called “breaking and entering.” Burglary charges in Minnesota can have very serious consequences because a conviction can make it difficult to find a job, a home, or even funding for college. In other words, a burglary conviction can make your life much more difficult.
Fortunately, at Poole Law Office PLLC we are ready to fight for your rights so you can have a much brighter future. There might be circumstances in your case that give you a good chance of reduced charges or a dismissal. A proper evaluation of your case by a Duluth burglary lawyer will help you develop a strategy to get the best resolution possible. To learn more about how we can help, contact us immediately.
Minnesota has four degrees of burglary charges:
- First-Degree Burglary – Up to 20 years in prison and/or $35,000 in fines
- Second-Degree Burglary – Up to 10 years in prison and/or $20,000 in fines
- Third-Degree Burglary – Up to 5 years in prison and/or $10,000 in fines
- Fourth-Degree Burglary – Up to 1 year in jail and/or $3,000 in fines
In addition, the collateral consequences of a burglary charge can be even more severe than the legal consequences. At Poole Law Office PLLC, our goal is to provide the best defense possible in your case.
Burglary Defense and Duluth Criminal Attorney
A Duluth burglary lawyer can evaluate your specific case and provide you with the best possible resolution. We will evaluate the evidence, interview any witnesses, and if necessary, use expert witnesses, so that we can fight for your best resolution.
Contact a Duluth Burglary Lawyer
If you have been charged with or you are being investigated for burglary, you need quality representation. You have rights that need to be protected and we are going to work hard for you in protecting those rights. To find out more about how we can help you, fill out our contact form or call us at 218-461-0247 for your free consultation.
(The content on this page is for informational purposes only, shall not be used as legal advice, and is absolutely no substitute for contacting an attorney for help)