Have you been charged with burglary?
- Burglary in the first degree
- Burglary in the second degree
- Burglary in the third degree
- Burglary in the fourth degree
The severity of the charges will depend on the type of structure that was entered, such as a government building, bank, school or pharmacy; if a tool was used to enter the building, if a deadly weapon was used during the commission of the crime and whether or not there was someone in the building when the burglary was committed.
Searching for a lawyer for a burglary case?
My name is Attorney Tony Grostyan and I am a Minneapolis criminal defense lawyer. My law firm, Grostyan & Associates PLC, has a successful track record representing clients accused of burglary or another theft crime. A Minneapolis theft crime attorney from my office will review your case and discuss your legal options. Attorneys at my firm are tough defenders that will work hard to protect your rights and freedom.
Penalties for Burglary in Minnesota
Talk to a criminal lawyer in Minneapolis if you have been accused of burglary. Penalties for burglary can range from a year to twenty years in prison and tens of thousands of dollars in fines, depending on the facts of the case. First degree felony cases, which involve the use of a deadly weapon or an assault on a person in the building, carries penalties of up to 20 years in prison and $35,000 in fines. The penalties for burglary in the second degree include up to 10 years in prison and $20,000 in fines. When facing burglary charges, you will need strong legal counsel and tenacious representation. I have over a decade of litigation experience, and will confidently dispute the accusations against you.
Contact Grostyan & Associates, PLCfor seasoned legal counsel if you have been charged with burglary.