BURGLARY/POSSESSION OF THEFT OR BURGLARY TOOLS

Minneapolis Burglary Lawyers

Burglary is charged when one enters a building without consent and with intent to commit a crime. Whether the offense is charged as a Gross Misdemeanor or a Felony level offense depends on the type of building entered, whether it was occupied at the time of entry, whether a weapon or tools were used and the level of offense intended to be committed. If the dwelling was occupied, the State will likely seek a mandatory minimum 6-month commitment. If a dangerous weapon or firearm were used, possessed or brandished during the commission of this offense, the State will likely seek a mandatory minimum prison commitment.

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Minnesota Statute On Burglary/Possession of Theft or Burglary Tools