Charged with Trespassing in Miami?
Choosing a Defense Attorney Who Has Trial Experience
You may be wondering how to choose a defense lawyer after being charged with trespassing. There are several ways you can evaluate an attorney, and at the top of the list is trial experience. Why? You may be able to beat the charges at trial.
Not all attorneys have the level of experience in court that you will find at Seltzer Law, P.A. Our founding attorney, David Seltzer, has a background serving as a Miami-Dade prosecutor. He cut his teeth serving in tough felony and misdemeanor cases. After completing his service for the state, he established his practice, and has focused on defending those who need it most - those in the Miami area who are facing
criminal charges, including cases of trespassing.
Understanding the Charge Against You
The penalties for trespassing vary, based upon various factors. If you are accused of entering a property that has posted signs restricting entry, you can be facing either misdemeanor or felony charges. It could be believed that the act of trespassing was for the purpose of committing a burglary. If you have been arrested and charged with burglary in Miami, you need to ensure that your rights and interests are protected by a Miami trespassing lawyer who has a track record of positive verdicts.
At our firm, we do not pass judgment upon those we serve, and whether you are innocent or guilty, we fight, and fight hard. You may not have been aware that you were trespassing, or there may not have been adequately posted signs warning you not to enter a property.
You deserve to find out what could be done to defend you. Our firm is available to speak with you 24/7, and our goal is to reduce the damage, through any legal means. The first step is to contact us so we can get to work for you. You can trust us to provide you with a high quality defense, and to do everything possible to seek a positive case outcome.
Contact our firm today for professional, highly skilled defense counsel.