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Florida Aggressively Prosecutes Trespassing And Burglary Charges

Burglary and trespassing are serious criminal offenses in Florida. 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.

At The Caldarone Law Group, P.A., you will find a trial lawyer experienced with criminal law matters, including burglary and trespassing. Clients in Naples, Florida, benefit from the unique insight that my experience brings to every case.

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Entering a building or dwelling with the intent to commit another crime is considered burglary. Sometimes the possession of burglary tools was 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.

Naples 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 this type of situation, trespassing is most often regarded as a second-degree misdemeanor offense with a maximum potential penalty of 90 days in jail and a $500 fine.

In other cases, trespassing can be considered a third-degree felony with a maximum potential penalty of five years in state prison and a $5,000 fine. This more serious charge 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. I am 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 is always my primary goal.

Contact A Burglary And Trespassing Lawyer

Would you like to discuss a burglary or trespassing matter with a qualified lawyer? Contact me, attorney Justin P. Caldarone, by calling 239-537-0439 or sending an email to arrange a free initial consultation and case review.