Minneapolis Burglary Criminal Defense Lawyer
If you have been recently arrested for burglary in Minnesota and need aggressive criminal defense, you need to talk to a criminal defense lawyer as soon as possible. Never talk to the police before speaking with a lawyer. The number one priority should be to get a lawyer to help arrange release and provide information on the legal process you will be facing. Call Judith A. Samson at (612) 333-8001.
Burglary is considered a felony and involves trespassing or illegally entering a building with the intent to commit a crime. When you are charged and convicted with felony burglary in Minneapolis, you face the prospect of long incarceration. Parole or probation can typically be the next step along with large fines, registration with law enforcement, and a record that could haunt your life forever.
Minnesota burglary statute contains four degrees of burglary, ranging from a felony to a gross misdemeanor.
How A Burglary Defense Lawyer Can Help
Judith A. Samson can help in a multitude of ways.
- Available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week with ability to travel onsite
- Spend crucial time on your case to prepare you for court
- Spend time with you and your family to learn and understand your case
- Be in contact with the County Attorney to ensure that the case be terminated (if possible)
- To fight for favorable resolution
- Hire and work with our investigators to approach and interview witnesses
Contact A Minneapolis Criminal Defense Attorney
Don’t talk to the police before speaking with a Minneapolis Burglary Defense Lawyer. Judith A. Samson aggressively seeks to defend your rights to reduce charges or overturn a conviction. Call today for a free initial consultation. Help is just a click or call away.
The Minnesota burglary lawyers with Judith A. Samson, represent clients throughout Minnesota, including the Twin Cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul and surrounding areas in Anoka County, Hennepin County, Ramsey County, Dakota County, Sherburne County, Wright County and Washington County.