Criminal Penalties for Michigan Home Invasion

 In Arrested, Criminal Defense, Home Invasion

Home invasion is a serious criminal charge in Michigan, and any degree of home invasion could result in a felony conviction. A person commits a home invasion crime when, without authority, he or she knowingly enters a home of another, when he or she knows or has reason to know that the home is occupied, and intentionally causes a crime within the dwelling.

Criminal penalties for Michigan home invasion are quite severe:

  • First degree home invasion (felony): Imprisonment for up to 20 years and possible fines up to $5,000.
  • Second degree home invasion (felony): Imprisonment for up to 15 years and possible fines of up to $3,000.
  • Third degree home invasion (felony): Imprisonment for up to 5 years and possible fines of up to $2,000.

You can also learn more about the Michigan definition and home invasion and the associated penalites from the Michigan Legislature – Section 750.110a

Anyone arrested and charged with breaking and entering a home will most likely face serious criminal penalties and should seek the guidance of a Michigan criminal defense lawyer immediately.

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