Are You Facing Theft Or Trespassing Charges In Florida?
Felony And Misdemeanor Theft Charges
In St. Johns County, any theft valued over $300 is a felony. It is important to know that theft of a firearm or certain substances will also be charged as a felony, despite the actual cost of the property. You can also be charged with theft by:
- Keeping lost items you found
- Keeping packages or items that are mistakenly delivered to you
- Unauthorized use of a car
- Lying to receive property that you do not have a right to
- Executing any forms of identity theft
Any theft charges should be taken seriously. You need a strong defense when facing these charges and a lawyer skilled with creating a defense strategy.
Trespassing Charges In Florida
Criminal trespass is regarded as anyone knowingly entering property that they do not lawfully have a right to enter or remaining in a property that they have been told to leave. Exploring the city can quickly become a trespass charge if you are on protected land, government land or private property. Depending on the specific situation, you could be facing a misdemeanor charge or a violation.
Free Consultation On St. Augustine Criminal Defense
Call 904-824-9402 or use our online form to talk with an attorney at Canan Law. We can work to mitigate your charges or reduce your felony after a complimentary consultation about your case.