The Trespass charge can be a simple misdemeanor with limited consequences, or may involve felony charges resulting in more severe penalties, such as prison.
Trespass involves a person entering and unlawfully remaining in a person’s home, automobile, or on someone’s property. This criminal charge can also involve legally entering someone’s property but then being asked to leave and not doing so.
Trespass convictions affect your employment, your ability to obtain housing, may keep you from advancing in your career as well as having a negative effect on a security clearance. It’s important to know your rights as well as to receive the right information from an experienced Colorado Springs trespassing charge attorney who has handled hundreds of trespassing cases. There are many potential defenses to trespassing; call Mike for an evaluation of your case.
Call Mike Moran at 719-447-1923 for your free consultation. Mike is experienced and has defended numerous of trespassing cases successfully.