Trespass on Property in Florida

Trespass on Property in Florida

Florida Statute 810.09 states it is unlawful for a person who, without being authorized, licensed or invited, to willfully enter upon or remain in any property other than a structure or conveyance As to which notice against entering or remaining is given, either by actual communication to the offender or by posting, fencing or cultivation…

Possession of Burglary Tools in Florida

Possession of Burglary Tools in Florida

Possessing Burglary Tools is a serious crime. Contact Bottari & Doyle Law Firm in Palm Beach County at 561-588-2781 for legal representation. Definition Possession of Burglary Tools The prosecutor must prove three elements beyond a reasonable doubt at a trial to convict a defendant of possessing burglary tools. The three elements are: The defendant intended…

Burglary Attorneys Palm Beach and Broward County

Burglary Attorneys Palm Beach and Broward County

All burglaries are felonies and are considered very serious crimes. Contact Bottari & Doyle Law Firm in Palm Beach County at 561-588-2781. Definition of Burglary Florida law classifies burglary into three separate crimes, depending on where the burglary occurred. The three kinds of burglary are: burglary of a conveyance, structure and dwelling. Florida Statute 810.02…