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    Penalties Involving Damage to Property
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    Minnesota Damage to Property Statutes
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Property Damage Lawyer in Minneapolis & Saint Paul, MN

Have you been accused of causing damage to property in the Minneapolis, MN Twin Cities metro area? The team at Brandt Criminal Defense has over 30 years of experience including handling all degrees of criminal damage to property cases.

Criminal Damage to Property charges are serious and a conviction for these charges can affect your future. Criminal damage to property is when a person intentionally causes damage to another person’s property without the other person’s consent. There are four degrees of damage that range from misdemeanors to felonies.

Damage to property

The degrees of damage to property and maximum sentences are as follows:

  • 1st degree – felony – 5 years in prison and / or $10,000 fine
  • 2nd degree – gross misdemeanor – 1 year in prison and / or $3,000 fine
  • 3rd degree – gross misdemeanor – 1 year in prison and / or $3,000 fine
  • 4th degreemisdemeanor – 90 days in jail and / or $1,000 fine

Our team of criminal attorneys are dedicated to our clients and helping each individual client determine the best path forward. We sit down with our clients to determine our goals and how we can help. We are experienced trial attorneys who are willing to do whatever it takes to get the best outcome possible.

Call 763-421-6366 for a free consultation today.

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