Trespass occurs when a person enters onto someone else's land, home, car or other property without the owner's permission. It is generally charged as a misdemeanor, not a felony, which means that the penalty upon conviction is not as serious as a felony.
It is still important that you seek the counsel of an experienced, aggressive lawyer who understands trespassing laws and the strategies to defend you against these criminal charges. A conviction can result in high fines, potential jail time and a criminal record. Even if you are from out of town visiting, we can provide you with a strong defense.
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