Indianapolis Trespassing Charge Dismissed For Young Man On 4-WheelerAug 15 2016, by Case Results, Criminal Defense in
Recently, a 22-year-old man was riding his 4-wheeler in a rural area, just outside of Indianapolis, but apparently ventured a little too far. He found himself in a restricted area, near some active railroad tracks and his innocent excursion resulted in a railroad trespassing charge. While this offense may seem like little more than an inconvenience, it carries very real legal consequences as a level B misdemeanor, punishable by up to 180 days in jail and $1,000 fine. As such, the young man knew that he’d need capable legal representation to handle this matter and contacted the Indianapolis defense attorneys with Hessler Law PC.
Attorney Sean Hessler utilized his extensive experience with similar property and trespassing cases to find his client the best possible outcome. Attorney Hessler negotiated with the prosecution and drastically reduced the impact to his client by reaching an agreement to dismiss the railroad trespassing charge in exchange for the young man completing 20 hours of community service. This resolution greatly relieved the client, who was now free to resume 4-wheeling in more appropriate areas.
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