According to Florida law, when one enters onto another’s property such as an apartment, house or building without permission or after receiving an instruction not to, it is considered a trespass with or without warning. A common example of trespass would be an establishment like bar, nightclub or restaurant where a rowdy patron is asked to leave and he or she attempts to remain inside or re-enters.
Most people arrested with this crime feel they have not done anything wrong and the police officer or the bouncer have treated them unfairly. Oftentimes this is true and they have been treated unfairly and it is the over-zealous police officer or bouncer who has abused their power. Contact us today so we can begin helping you defend your trespass charge.
Depending upon the severity of the case you might be charged with a felony or misdemeanor. Trespassing is generally charged as a second degree misdemeanor, which is punishable by up to 60 days in jail, 6 months’ probation and monetary fines of up to $500.
If you are arrested or charged with trespassing, don’t take any chances with your freedom. Hire a competent lawyer right away. At The Wiseman Law Firm, we can try and help you get your charges dismissed, reduced or will take your case to trial.
Our competent lawyers will fight aggressively to get you the best result possible. We provide legal representation to residents of Orlando, Kissimmee, Miami, Tampa Orange County, Jacksonville, Seminole County, Disney area, UCF area and Windermere area.