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What is commonly known as “burglary” is called “home invasion” under Michigan law. Home invasion is a felony in Michigan, and a felony conviction could have serious and lasting consequences on your life. Michigan law affords prosecutors considerable discretion in charging home invasion, so it requires an experienced attorney like me who knows how to defend against these charges to obtain the best possible outcome for your case.
Home Invasion charges are separated by three tiers, which vary in degrees of punishment. First degree is the most serious, and third degree is less serious. No matter what degree of home invasion you are charged with, you face serious penalties and need to assistance of ZAYID LAW to help you defend your case.
First degree: Felony
Second degree: Felony
Third degree: Felony
As noted above, any type of home invasion charge is a felony, and a felony can have damaging effects on your personal and professional life. If you are accused or charged of a home invasion crime, contact ZAYID LAW today to preserve your rights and build a winning defense strategy.
I understand what is at stake with home invasion charges, and I work tirelessly to defend every aspect of your home invasion charges. I have developed a unique and aggressive approach to defending home invasion charges and will deploy my strategy as soon as you hire me to defend you. Some of the defenses I utilize include:
This is not an exhaustive list of defenses, and the only way to fully understand the tools at your disposal is by calling me and ZAYID LAW today. The sooner you call me, the sooner we can build your winning defense strategy and achieve the best possible outcome of your robbery case.