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Burglary And Trespass Charges

What is Burglary in Florida?

Burglary means entering a house, building or vehicle with the intent to commit a crime therein. Contrary to popular myth, the crime intended does not need to be theft - it could be any crime. Moreover, the crime does not actually need to be committed. Intent to commit a crime is enough for a Burglary charge.

Punishments for a Burglary Conviction

Burglary is a felony punishable by several years in prison and, like many other criminal charges, can come with enhanced penalties depending on the facts of the case.

Aggravating factors include the use of violence or weapons, damage to property, or entry in a home.

Understanding Trespass in Florida

Trespass is entering another person's property without authorization. Generally, this offense is charged as a misdemeanor; but a felony charge of Trespass is certainly possible.

The Importance of Hiring an Experienced Defense Lawyer

Whether charged with Trespass or the more serious offense of Burglary, an experienced criminal defense attorney can help you navigate through the complex criminal justice system.

At Casanova Law, our team is well-equipped to help you understand your rights, charges, and options in Trespass and Burglary cases. We have helped many people in Lake Worth, West Palm Beach, Stuart, and all of South Florida.

A Strong Advocate on Your Side

Whether you are charged with Burglary or Trespass, our leading Attorney Lourdes Casanova, has the skill, background and experience to aggressively defend your charges.

Contact us to learn more. We can talk about your charges, help you understand your rights and discuss all available options for your defense.

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