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Burglary and Trespass
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Burglary and Trespass - Burglary and Trespass deal with one basic concept: entering someone’s property without their permission or staying on their property after being asked to leave. A burglary occurs when you enter someone else’s property with the intent to commit a crime once you enter. That is key difference between trespass and burglary – with a trespass you only intend to be on or in the property, whereas, with burglary, you plan on doing something illegal once your there.
Like many other categories of crime in Florida, there are varying degrees of seriousness when it comes to burglary and trespass, and different ways of proving the charges.