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Property Crimes Attorney: Second Degree Trespass

2nd degree criminal trespass is a serious criminal allegation, and a skilled, knowledgeable Denver criminal defense attorney is required to defend one so accused.

In certain circumstances, one may be charged with 2nd degree criminal trespass if he or she:

  • Enters or remains on another’s enclosed property; or,
  • Unlawfully enters or remains within common areas of a condominium, hotel, apartment, or motel; or,
  • Unlawfully enters or remains inside another’s vehicle.

2nd degree criminal trespass can be a class 4 felony, or a class 2 or 3 misdemeanor, depending upon the circumstances of the case.

When charged with 2nd degree criminal trespass, a skilled Denver criminal defense lawyer is essential.  Contact our Denver criminal defense attorney today to discuss your options.

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