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If you have been arrested for trespassing in Charleston call Charleston trespassing lawyer John W. Molony and schedule a free consultation to protect your rights and your record. In Charleston, trespassing is a misdemeanor, and penalties include a fine of up to five hundred dollars and up to thirty days in jail. After a trespassing conviction, your criminal record may also impact your ability to work, rent an apartment or anything else that requires a criminal background check.

What Is Trespassing In Charleston?

  • City of Charleston law makes it illegal to enter the property of another without consent.
  • City of Charleston law also makes it illegal to enter the property of another after having been forbidden to do so or when there is a visible no trespassing sign. 
  • Under Charleston law, trespassing is a misdemeanor. Penalties include up to thirty days in jail or a fine of up to five hundred dollars.
  • South Carolina state law makes it illegal to enter the property of another after having been warned not to do so.
  • South Carolina state law also makes it illegal not to leave the property of another after having been ordered to do so.
  • Under South Carolina state law, trespassing is a misdemeanor. Penalties include up to thirty days in jail or a fine of to up to two hundred dollars.

Call A Charleston Trespassing Lawyer

Call trespassing lawyer John W. Molony now and discuss your charges and your legal options free of charge! When you retain criminal defense attorney John W. Molony, you can expect to have a lawyer who will fight for you, listen to you, answer your phone calls and devote the time that your case requires. John W. Molony Law Firm, LLC is conveniently located in James Island and defends Charleston clients charged with trespassing.

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