Theft/Burglary

Pete Dahlquist is experienced

Theft crimes are very serious because they involve taking possession of someone’s property without their consent. Theft crimes can include petty theft, burglary, robbery, grand theft, and other types of property crime and they are prosecuted very aggressively.  A burglary conviction can result in a lengthy prison sentence, even if you have no prior criminal record.  Pete Dahlquist has handled numerous first degree burglary cases, helping clients avoid prison.

If you have been accused of any type of theft or burglary, it is important to defend yourself against the charges. Even if there is some merit to the charges, you do not have to sit back and take it. Instead, you can defend your rights and exercise your right to fight for a better future. With the help of Pete Dahlquist, it is possible to not have to pay the maximum consequences.

Effective Defense Against Theft & Property Crimes

There are different acts that are classified as theft and property crimes. They include:

  • Receipt of stolen goods
  • Burglary
  • Robbery
  • Complications with search and seizure
  • Shoplifting
  • Felony theft
  • White collar crimes that deprive others of money or property

These are just some of the theft-related crimes that are committed. However, there are times when individuals are accused of some kind of theft and they did not commit the crime. Regardless of the reason behind the accusation, it is important to reveal the facts so that a fair result can be reached in the case.

By reaching a fair result, you can move forward into the future much sooner. Having Pete Dahlquist working with you also removes a great deal of stress from the court process. You will always know what is happening, why it is happening, and what your options are so you can make informed decisions in your case.

Effective & Focused Representation

Burglary is one of the most common theft crimes. No matter the type, you can expect effective and focused representation. In the instance of a burglary offense, there are four degrees with first-degree burglary being the most serious and fourth degree being the least serious. First-degree burglary in Minnesota can result in up to 20 years in prison and $35,000 in fines. Fourth-degree burglary in Minnesota can result in up to 1 year in prison and $3,000 in fines.

With the legal representation of Pete Dahlquist, you can receive a better result. He can have the charges reduced and, in some cases, the charges may be dropped. The ultimate goal is to reach the best possible conclusion in the case so you can have a productive future and put the case behind you.

Contact Pete Dahlquist

Any kind of theft, such as burglary, is considered a very serious offense and is prosecuted aggressively in Minnesota.  If you have been accused of any type of theft, it is very important that you seek the expert representation Pete Dahlquist. To learn more about your rights, options, and how Dahlquist Law, LLC can help you, call 612-677-8357 for a free consultation.