Minneapolis and Minnesota Burglary Offense Defense Lawyer
A Burglary Offense is a serious crime in the State of Minnesota. The definition of burglary is: The entering of a building without consent and with the intent to commit a crime, or the entering of a building without consent and a crime is committed while inside. This offense can be either a Felony or a Gross Misdemeanor, depending on a variety of factors.
Fighting Burglary Charges
The most common way to be charged with a Burglary Offense is if someone breaks into a home or businesss and steals something. But, a Burglary Offense can be charged for far less obvious reasons. Imagine you are out with friends, have a little too much to drink, and decide to visit a significant other who lives with their parents. You notice an unlocked service door, and enter the garage without permission. You see a bicycle and decide it will get you home quicker, so you take it with the intention of “borrowing it.” Unfortunately, you have technically committed a burglary. You entered a home without the owners consent, and you took something that did not belong to you. This behavior can lead to criminal Burglary Offense against you.
Contact A Minnesota Burglary Offense Defense Lawyer
Carson J. Heefner has over 20 years experience defending those accused of a Burglary Offense in the State of Minnesota. If you or someone you know has been accused of burglary, contact Carson at 612-202-8971 or email@example.com for a free consultation.