Criminal Trespass

Criminal Trespass

Criminal trespass is a misdemeanor crime that can be brought when an individual intentionally enters or remains upon a premises without authority and interferes with the property of another. This could include damage to another person’s property of $500 or less, or the act of defacing, mutilating or defiling certain private property, like military memorials. A conviction may result in criminal sanctions, jail time, and community service.

If you have been charged with criminal trespass, contact criminal defense lawyers Pat McDonough and Trinity Hundredmark for a confidential case evaluation. While we always aim to reach a resolution outside of the courtroom, the attorneys at Andersen, Tate & Carr, P.C. prepare each case as though it were going to trial. Our priority is to protect your rights and obtain the best possible outcome in your case.

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