Trespass on School Grounds

Trespass on School Grounds

Trespass on School Grounds

In Florida, to prove the crime ofTrespass on School Grounds, the prosecutor must prove:

  1. The accused entered or remained on the campus of a school, and
  2. The accused:
  1. Did not have any legitimate business on the campus or any other authorization to enter or remain upon school property; or
  2. The accused was a student under suspension or expulsion at the time he or she entered or remained on the campus.

Maximum penalties for Trespass on School Grounds
In Florida, Trespass on School Grounds is a second-degree misdemeanor punishable by a maximum of:

  1. 60 days in jail
  2. 6 months of probation
  3. $500 fine

However, if the accused possesses a firearm or deadly weapon during the offense, Trespassing on School Grounds becomes a third degree felony punishable by up to five years in prison.

Are you looking for the best criminal defense lawyer in Tampa Florida to represent you in a Trespass on School Grounds charge?

Tampa Attorney David C. Hardy is a former prosecutor that now represents persons accused of Trespass on School Grounds.  He is Board Certified by the Florida Bar and the National Board of Trial Advocacy as an Expert in Criminal Trial Law. As a prosecutor and defense attorney, he has extensive experience handling Trespass charges.

If you or a loved one has been arrested for Trespass on School Grounds in Hillsborough County Florida, Pinellas County Florida, or Pasco County Florida, Attorney David C. Hardy has the knowledge, skills, and experience to guide you through this process and obtain the best possible results.