Minnesota Burglary Defense Lawyer | Minneapolis Burglary Attorney
Burglary is a serious offense 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 burglary is if someone breaks into a home or businesss and steals something. But, burglary 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 charges against you.
Contact A Minnesota Burglary Defense Lawyer
Carson J. Heefner has over 20 years experience defending those accused of Burglary 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.