If you break and enter a dwelling in Michigan, you could be charged with felony home invasion and subject to both a prison sentence and significant fine. Michigan home invasion charges can be in the first, second, or third degree, depending both on the alleged intent of the accused and any actions that allegedly occurred during a home invasion. Grabel & Associates have experience defending Michigan home invasion and breaking and entering charges and can earn an impressive result in any criminal case.
Work with a competent attorney to avoid criminal charges for a Michigan second-degree home invasion charge. We understand that anyone accused of home invasion will be concerned about the future, and we can help alleviate any stress through continuous consultation and aggressive defense. You will always know where your case is headed and exactly what we are doing to help you achieve your goals. Grabel & Associates has worked with countless Michigan clients and our testimonials demonstrate our ability to provide impressive legal service and results.
In order to be convicted of home invasion in the second degree, you must first break and enter, or unlawfully enter a dwelling. Breaking and entering involves using force to enter a home, fraudulently entering a home, or unlawfully placing an object inside a home. Anyone who is found to break and enter a dwelling, or enter a dwelling without permission could be charged with home invasion in the second degree.
Grabel & Associates works with clients under investigation for home invasion, and can protect your rights, speak on your behalf, and defend against aggressive police and prosecutors whose tactics could result in your eventual conviction. If you need a lawyer for a criminal home invasion in the second degree trial, our Michigan firm will represent you and develop an effective criminal defense strategy. If you have already been convicted of second-degree home invasion, contact us and discuss post-conviction options.
If you break and enter a dwelling with intent to commit a felony, larceny, or assault in the dwelling, enter a dwelling without permission with intent to commit a felony, larceny, or assault, or break and enter a dwelling (or enter without permission) and at any time commit a felony, larceny, or assault while entering, present in, or exiting the dwelling, you will be found guilty of second-degree home invasion.
Anyone convicted of second-degree home invasion could face up to 15 years in prison and a fine of up to $3,000, according to Section 750.110a of the Penal Code. If you need an attorney to protect you from a second-degree home invasion charge, contact Grabel & Associates now. We will work with you to discover every legal option available and work toward the result that works best for you.
At Grabel & Associates, our focus is always on your final result. We are dedicated to criminal defense, and we practice only Michigan criminal defense. We have experience fighting a multitude of different criminal charges in courts statewide, and our proficient lawyers will work with you to achieve an excellent outcome.
We always investigate the intricate details of every case we take, and will uncover every hidden aspect of your case that could help you earn a great result. Michigan home invasion cases are difficult, and you need a lawyer who will employ creative, innovative tactics in order to defend you. We will dedicate ample time to your case and keep you informed of every legal possibility throughout the judicial process.
Don’t risk your result by hiring a second-rate defense lawyer, work with Grabel & Associates and access premier criminal defense tactics for your second-degree home invasion case. You need a lawyer who can provide you with a decisive edge in your case, and our knowledge and experience gives us the ability to advantageously guide you to a great outcome.
Our skill has been proven in Michigan courts - click on proven results to see exactly what we have done for past clients in difficult cases. We look forward to effectively defending you in court, and our statewide attorneys are ready to begin work on your case immediately.
Call 1-800-342-7896 right now to discuss your case with an experienced case analyst. We are available anytime of day or night, any day of the week to speak with you about your second-degree home invasion case. You can also contact us online to learn more about our firm or set up a free consultation with experienced Michigan trial lawyer Scott Grabel.
Grabel & Associates is recognized as a top-notch Michigan criminal defense firm, and our aggressive criminal defense will make a difference in your home invasion case. Contact us right now to start defending break and enter charges.