Criminal Trespassing

A person can be charged with criminal trespassing if they enter or remain on or in the property of another without consent of the owner. This can include anything from residential land, building, vehicle, to a recreational vehicle park. In order for the charge to be valid, the accused must have received notice that the entry was forbidden, or received notice to depart but failed to do so.

If you are convicted of criminal trespassing you will face monetary fines, and or up to 180 days in jail. This is why is it crucial that you get in touch with an experienced criminal defense attorney.

Attorney Enrique Ramirez has the working resources and knowledge of the law to properly examine all the facts to undercover the truth and put his client in the best position to have a favorable outcome in their case.

You Can Now Contact Attorney Enrique Ramirez At (713) 987-7705 For A Free Consultation.

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