False Imprisonment

Minneapolis False Imprisonment Lawyer

If a person has confined or restrained another person and did not have the consent to do so or the legal authority, they may be charged and prosecuted for false imprisonment.  If the falsely imprisoned victim is the child of another person or under the age of 18, the law will question the legal guardian or parent of that child to make sure that the parent without custody had permission to remove the child.

The result of a charge of false imprisonment is a felony that can lead to high fines and a lengthy prison term.  To get the best outcome possible for your case, you will need the services of a Minneapolis false imprisonment lawyer to help you steer through the complex legal system.

Helping Defendants In The Twin Cities Receive The Best Outcome

If you are accused of unreasonably restraining or confining a person under 18 years of age by means of tying them up, caging them, locking them in a room or confining them in any other way and you are a legal guardian, parent or caretaker, a gross misdemeanor is the charge.  In this subtext, a charge of false imprisonment carries the penalties of a one-year prison sentence and $3000 in fines.  If the false imprisonment leads to serious physical injury, it then reaches the level of felony and carries a prison sentence of five years and $10,000 in fines.

Aggressively And Effectively Defending you

Due to the seriousness of the charge, false imprisonment is prosecuted aggressively.  Often it is a precursor to other serious actions.  Many times, the charge of false imprisonment leads to the issuance of a No Contact Order, or restraining order, for the accused.  If a parent is issued a No Contact Order, this can mean being barred from contact with your own children even after serving out a prison or jail sentence.

Focused and dedicated, the Speas Law Firm P.A. is committed to making sure you get the best outcome possible.  Jennifer Speas is a Minneapolis false imprisonment defense attorney who will secure and evaluate all relevant evidence, using expert witnesses, interviewing witnesses are just a few of the many ways that the best result is achieved.  The trial can be one and it is even possible that the charges can be dismissed before a trial takes place.  As soon as you are accused you must speak with your criminal defense attorney so that they can begin working on your case as quickly as possible.  The more time your criminal defense attorney has to craft your defense,  the stronger your case will be.

Contact A Minneapolis False Imprisonment Defense Attorney

You could be charged for false imprisonment if you have been accused of confining someone against their will.  In some cases, false imprisonment can be added to a kidnapping charge or the entire situation can be the result of a misunderstanding or miscommunication.  For whatever reason you are charged, you have an effective advocate prepared to work with you to defend your rights.  Possessing over 20 years of experience, Jennifer Speas has helped many clients receive the end result they deserved.  For more information and schedule a initial consultation, call the Speas Law Firm P.A. at 612-333-6160.