Grabel & Associates is committed to helping clients achieve excellent case results after false accusations and excessively aggressive criminal investigations. Home invasion charges in any degree are extremely serious, and anyone who is accused of committing a home invasion or breaking and entering offense will need to contact an experienced criminal defense attorney. Our Clinton Township breaking & entering defense lawyers have the skill and relevant case experience needed to help you throughout your fight for an exceptional case outcome, and we know what it takes to win in even the most difficult misdemeanor and felony cases.
If you want to avoid serious criminal penalties, which could include jail time, fines, and more, it is critical to get in touch with a qualified attorney as soon as possible. Call or contact our firm online now and connect with founding attorney Scott Grabel or another one of our highly qualified attorneys. We are available 24/7 to start working with you and are committed to doing whatever we can to protect your rights.
With over a decade of experience in Clinton criminal law, Scott Grabel has the tools needed to guide you through investigation, bargaining, and a potential trial. Our firm has developed a reputation as a leader in property crime defense, and we are ready now to start fighting with you as you battle back against police and prosecutors who want to see you behind bars.
In order to be convicted of home invasion rather than a lesser offense like larceny, it must be proven that the defendant both broke and entered a home. Breaking does not have to involve actual property damage, and could simply mean opening a window or door without permission.
There are three degrees of home invasion in Clinton, which can all lead to felony conviction and serious penalties. First degree cases involve cases where breaking and entering occurs with intent to commit a felony, larceny, or assault while armed with a deadly weapon can lead to first degree conviction. If another person is lawfully present in the dwelling, first degree charges can result as well.
Second degree home inaction involves breaking and entering with intent to commit a felony, larceny, or assault in the dwelling. A third degree charge results when a person breaks and enters with intent to commit a misdemeanor.
No matter what charge you are facing, our Clinton home invasion defense attorneys are prepared to fight with you as you combat conviction and harsh criminal penalties. Contact our firm now for a free initial consultation.
If you are convicted of home invasion, the Michigan Penal Code states that you can face a felony record, along with different penalties depending on the degree of the home invasion charge you are facing. The maximum penalties for home invasion as outlined in Clinton law are as follows:
In addition, any other offense you allegedly commit while inside the house can lead to penalties stacked on top of what you are already facing, and anyone with a prior criminal conviction on record could see these maximums enhanced significantly. Contact Grabel & Associates now and fight back against possibly life-altering punishment.
Working with a defense lawyer gives you an insider perspective on the legal system that is so valuable as you attempt to combat the accusations made by police and prosecutors. Because we know exactly what they need to prove, we can pinpoint the unique aspects of your case that counter their claims and benefit you and your final case result. Our past proven outcomes demonstrate why we are regarded as one of the premier property crime defense firms in the state, and our Clinton team is ready now to start working with you as you attempt to obtain a just result.
To speak to one of our lawyers about your case, call 1-800-342-7896 or contact our firm online now. We are available by phone or online to provide you with a free initial case analysis and valuable information that you need to begin protecting your rights and freedom.