What does an armed trepass of conveyance mean? 2 Answers as of July 14, 2011

If someone else is driving a car and the other person don't know that the car is stolen and how does that person get charged for something they didn't know?

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Pontrello Law
Pontrello Law | William Pontrello
they have to prove beyond a reasonable doubt that you knew. they still can charge you.
Answer Applies to: Florida
Replied: 7/14/2011
Michael D. Fluke, P.A.
Michael D. Fluke, P.A. | Michael D. Fluke
It means you entered a vehicle without authority and were armed at the time. The subtext is that this may be a weak case. The state cannot prove you had the intent to commit a crime within the conveyance, so they didn't charge you with Burglary to a Conveyance and cannot show intent to steal the conveyance so they did not charge you with a theft crime. I suggest you consult a local Criminal Defense attorney to discuss your case in greater detail and learn all of your rights and options. Good luck.
Answer Applies to: Florida
Replied: 7/14/2011
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