Like in every other state, Minnesota puts crimes into two categories—misdemeanors and felonies. Misdemeanors are crimes that the Minnesota government considers to be less serious, such as being in possession of less than 42.5 grams of marijuana. While the consequences aren’t as severe as felony convictions, misdemeanors can still lead to serious legal issues especially if you have prior convictions on your record.
When you’re trying to navigate the Minnesota courtroom because you’ve been arrested and charged with a felony, you are facing more serious consequences than a misdemeanor. In Minnesota, felonies range from murder to armed robbery and are punishable by at least one year in prison. A felony is put on your criminal record and can hurt you in the future when applying for jobs or trying to purchase a home.
Don’t let a mistake you made today cause you to lose your privileges tomorrow. The expert robbery attorneys at Migala Law Office will help you navigate the courtroom and get the best possible outcome on your case. With over a decade of experience, we will aggressively litigate on your behalf to ensure your future is protected.
Call Migala Law Office in St. Cloud, MN, at 320-229-7451 for a free initial consultation. We’ll work hard to help you avoid a felony conviction.
Max penalty up to $300 fine
Max penalty up to 90 days in jail, and up to $1,000 fine and or both
Max penalty up to 365 days in jail and up to $3,000 fine and or both
Max penalty dependent on severity level of the offense and the offenders criminal history score