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Minneapolis-St. Paul Criminal Defense Attorneys Representing Clients Accused Of Theft Throughout Minnesota

If you have been accused of burglary, theft or robbery, you need a lawyer who understands what you are going through and knows how to achieve positive results. At Ryan Pacyga Criminal Defense, we know that people accused of these crimes can feel persecuted, misunderstood and alone. We are here to help you, not to judge you. 

We Know The Law. We Know How To Help.

Our St. Paul, criminal defense attorneys are skilled trial lawyers with an impressive record of success defending clients facing theft-related charges. We are proud of the legal results we have achieved and the positive feedback we receive from those we represent. 

If you are seeking a lawyer who will treat you like a client and not a criminal, call Ryan Pacyga Criminal Defensetoday at 612-474-5420. An attorney is available to speak to you 24 hours a day, seven days a week. 

Our criminal defense attorneys represent clients facing theft-related charges, including: 

  • Burglary: Entering a building without permission with the intent of committing a crime or committing a crime directly or as an accomplice. Assault is often part of a burglary charge, and if it is an “occupied dwelling” like a house when other people are home, it results in a first degree burglary charge which can carry prison time. 
  • Robbery: Taking personal property from another with the other person present and using the threat of force or actual force to take the property. 
  • Theft: Taking property of any kind that belongs to another person or a business without permission. This includes retail theft such as not scanning items in self check or walking out of the store while not paying for the items. 
  • White collar crimes: Including mail fraud, wire fraud and embezzlement 

Our criminal defense lawyers know that people charged with these crimes often have other issues in their lives that may have contributed to their legal problems. In addition, there are defenses to these crimes such as mistake, no knowledge/intent, or in the case of a first degree burglary alleging assault, defenses such as permission to be in the home or self-defense and defense of others. We provide exceptional legal representation and also provide resources to help you address the nonlegal issues. Our goal is to improve your life both in and out of court. 

To discuss your case, please contact Ryan Pacyga Criminal Defense today by email or call 612-474-5420. We represent clients in the Twin Cities metro area, throughout Minnesota and across the nation.