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Criminal Trespassing


Have you been charged with criminal trespassing in WA?

Criminal trespassing attorneys in Washington State defending you.

You can be accused of criminal trespass if you have knowingly entered or remained unlawfully in a building or other premises. It is a serious crime, carrying a harsh criminal penalty.

Why it's important to contact our Washington criminal trespassing lawyers as soon as possible.

Many people accused of this crime have no prior criminal record, and a conviction could subject you to long-term negative consequences in your personal and professional life. It is advisable to retain the services of an experienced Washington criminal lawyer from our firm as early as possible after your arrest, to allow time to build a strong defense. We have more than 30 years of combined experience representing clients on all types of Washington misdemeanors and Washington felonies and will explore every possible avenue for defending your rights.

Criminal attorneys defending criminal trespassing cases.

Chapter 9A.52 of the Revised Code of Washington allows the prosecutor to charge either of two degrees of criminal trespassing. First degree trespassing is a gross misdemeanor, punishable by up to a year in county jail and a $5,000 fine, while criminal trespassing of the second degree is a misdemeanor offense, carrying a 90 day jail sentence. The primary difference between the two is whether the offense occurred in a building.

Washington defense lawyers will explain your rights.

You may be able to defend against the charges by establishing that the building was abandoned or that the premises were open to the public, as well as if you reasonably believed that you had permission to be on the property. When you have been arrested and charged with such a serious crime, you may feel that everyone is against you, but Washington criminal lawyer Jason S. Newcombe is available to meet with you to explain your rights and help you find a solution. We understand what a difficult experience this may be for you, but we are here to help.

Contact our criminal trespassing lawyers in Washington State today!

Contact a Washington State criminal attorney for dedicated legal defense against charges of criminal trespassing.

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