Aggressively Fighting Burglary Charges
If you are believed to have illegally entered a property with the intent to commit a crime, then you are most likely facing a burglary charge. This charge puts you in need of the representation of a Minneapolis burglary attorney who has a good track record with theft cases. How serious the charge depends on the type of property that was allegedly entered illegally and what supposedly occurred once inside the property.
Jennifer Speas is a knowledgeable theft defense lawyer who has experience defending burglary charges. She will fight for your rights and for your future, securing the best possible result.
Types Of Burglary Charges
Every day, there are people throughout Minneapolis, St. Paul, and the Twin Cities who have been accused of theft crimes. Burglary is one of those offenses. There are four degrees of burglary charges. First-degree burglary is the most serious.
- If you have been accused of committing assault or using a weapon in the commission of an alleged burglary, then you could be charged with first-degree burglary.
- If the alleged act involved forceful entry into a bank, home, pharmacy, or any building and using a tool to gain access to property or money, the charge is typically a second-degree burglary charge.
- If a structure is entered with the intent to commit a felony or steal something, the charge is typically a third-degree burglary charge.
- If the burglary didn’t involve stealing, then it is a fourth-degree burglary charge.
If you have been charged with any of these levels of burglary, you need a theft attorney who can help you fight for the best possible result.
Fighting For The Best Result
Ms. Speas is a committed Minneapolis burglary attorney who will look at all the evidence against you and use this information to build a strong defense. She will also gather facts and evidence that works in your favor. She will look at every facet of the case to determine such things as evidence that was illegally obtained against you or an arrest process that wasn’t carried out properly. Even if something did occur that resulted in the charges, you deserve to have your rights protected and for your future to be fought for.
Contact A Minneapolis Burglary Attorney
Burglary is a serious theft offense. If you have been accused of burglary, it’s important that you contact an experienced theft defense lawyer to help you defend yourself against the charges. Ms. Speas has a great deal of experience defending clients against theft crime accusations. To learn more about your rights and options, call the Speas Law Firm, P.A., at 612-333-6160 to request an initial consultation.