At Hussein & Webber, PL, our Jacksonville attorneys have extensive experience handling a wide range of property crimes, including burglary, trespass, and criminal mischief. Property offenses can carry severe penalties under Florida’s criminal punishment code, and such crimes are vigorously prosecuted both at the misdemeanor and felony levels. Burglary, for example, is automatically charged as a felony offense in Florida, and carries a guidelines score which mandates prison for even first-time offenders.
Property-related crimes are a regular part of our criminal defense practice. We have represented clients in a wide variety of offense areas, including:
- Trespass on School Grounds
- Criminal Mischief (Vandalism)
- Possession of Burglary Tools
If you have been arrested for a property crime, including burglary, trespass, or criminal mischief in Jacksonville, Clay County, Nassau County, or St. Johns County, Florida, contact an experienced criminal defense attorney to discuss your case. Our consultations are free and confidential.