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Superior, Wisconsin & Duluth, Minnesota Robbery | Burglary | Trespassing | Theft Criminal Defense Attorney

Stephen R Zuber, S.C.Attorney At Law has over 30 years experience in tackling difficult criminal defense cases in Superior, Wisconsin and Duluth, Minnesota. As a former special prosecutor and criminal trial specialist (National Board of Trial Advocacy), Attorney Zuber has extensive knowledge of understanding the criminal justice system, with respect to both sides of your case. When people are accused of a crime such as theft or robbery, they face the terrible prospect of going to jail, or of it affecting future possibilities. Mr. Zuber will aggressively represent you and help you protect your rights.

​When you've been accused of any crime in the state of Minnesota or Wisconsin, finding a skilled, experienced criminal defense attorney is crucial. This is particularly true when the crime you are accused of includes the use of a weapon.

​While laws vary by state, most jurisdictions require greatly increased sentences when the crime is committed with the aid of a weapon, especially a firearm. Armed robbery is one of the most common examples of this dynamic.

​Theft itself is a relatively simple crime to explain, and, depending on the value of the property stolen, might qualify as a misdemeanor. Adding a weapon to theft, however, greatly increases the seriousness of the charge.

​Wisconsin & Minnesota Criminal Defense Attorney Stephen R Zuber will fight hard if you've been accused of theft or armed robbery. Attorney Zuber understands the consequences for you, and he knows you deserve nothing less than his best efforts.

​Simple Theft Can Be A Serious Charge

If charged with simple theft, the severity of the sentence you face will be determined by several factors. Most important is often the value of the property you're accused of stealing. Specifics will vary based on jurisdiction, but in many states, theft is only a felony if the property is above a certain dollar amount.

As such, theft charges can carry with them consequences that include:

​•    Fines
•    Probation
•    Limited jail time

However, adding a gun to the mix makes theft violent in nature, and the severity of sentences increases accordingly.

​Finding an experienced Wisconsin & Minnesota Criminal defense attorney when accused of armed robbery is absolutely crucial. If convicted in court of armed robbery in the states of Wisconsin or Minnesota, you will certainly face prison time, and the length of the sentence will likely be quite significant. It's impossible to speculate on specific sentence lengths, but prosecutors take armed robbery quite seriously.

Fortunately, Criminal defense attorney Stephen Zuber can help. Attorney Zuber will be with you throughout the legal process. This means:

•    Protecting you from police and prosecutorial intimidation
•    Challenging the case against you
•    Protecting your constitutional rights
•    Investigating the case in order to prevent a compelling theory on your behalf
​•    Representing you in negotiations with prosecutors

​An armed robbery charge can change your life. Any felony conviction as an adult will affect your ability to find a job or get a bank loan. And any amount of prison time can be traumatizing.

Burglary and Trespassing are Serious Criminal Offenses in Wisconsin & Minnesota.

The extent of the charges and potential punishments depend on the circumstances of the alleged crime. With a variety of factors involved, the resolution of burglary and trespassing matters can benefit from representation by an experienced criminal law attorney.

​Attorney Stephen Zuber, is a skilled trial lawyer experienced with criminal law matters, including burglary and trespassing. Clients in Wisconsin & Minnesota, benefit from the insightful representation his impressive experience brings to every case.

​Wisconsin and Minnesota Burglary Defense Attorney

​Entering a building or dwelling with the intent to commit another crime is considered burglary. Sometimes the possession of burglary tools were involved in the alleged incident. Depending on the circumstances, such as the possession of a weapon, burglary is categorized as a first-degree felony, second-degree felony or third-degree felony. This is a serious criminal law violation that can include harsh penalties that range from five years to life in prison.

​Wisconsin & Minnesota Trespassing Charge Attorney

Trespassing is a crime with many variables that determine how the offense is classified. For the most part, trespassing is a relatively minor offense but any criminal charge can have serious repercussions. If convicted, your personal and professional reputation, as well as opportunities for employment, promotions and school admissions could be compromised.

​Frequently, trespassing is a result of a misunderstanding involving re-entry to a mall, bar or nightclub after the person was requested to leave. Often, the accused person does not know he or she was breaking the law.

​In other cases, trespassing can be considered a felony with a penalty involving substantial time in state prison and considerable fines. More serious charges results from the presence of a weapon or intent to commit another felony, such as burglary.

​Clearly, with so much at stake, a burglary or trespassing charge warrants knowledgeable legal representation. Attorney Zuber is dedicated to protecting a client's rights and providing attentive, personalized client service. No matter what the charge, every client is treated with the utmost respect and personal value. Protecting a client's best interests always is the driving factor Mr. Zuber utilizes to resolve the matter.

Stephen R. Zuber will be your champion and fight the charges against you using his decades of experience as a criminal defense lawyer.

​Don’t let a criminal arrest jeopardize your present or future opportunities! 

Contact Stephen R Zuber, S.C. Attorney At Law today at 715-395-3195 or 218-722-6196 for a free initial consultation, if you want to speak to Wisconsin & Minnesota criminal defense attorney Stephen R Zuber about the theft or armed robbery charges filed against you, or browse our website for more information regarding divorce and family law or bankruptcy.


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