Criminal Trespass

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Chicago Criminal Trespass Attorney

Experienced Criminal Defense Attorney Defending Illinois Clients against Criminal Trespass Charges

The charge of criminal trespass is the act of entering or remaining on another’s property without the owner’s consent. Criminal trespass is usually charged as a class “A” misdemeanor conviction, meaning that it is punishable up to 364 days in jail. The property in question could be anything from a house, building, or even a car. However, if the alleged trespass was unintended, that is considered a defense that Steve Klein could use to earn an acquittal of the charges or negotiate a reduced sentence.