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Felonies brought against Florida man suspected in burglary

The ways in which an individual may choose to handle a legal predicament may vary depending on the circumstances. If an individual has been charged with felonies, he or she may want to gain information on the allegations themselves as well as possible criminal defense strategies. In addition, he or she may find discussing his or her concerns with an experienced defense attorney beneficial.

One man in Florida may soon be taking such steps after recently being taken into custody. Reports indicated that the man was allegedly involved in a burglary. He purportedly went to a residence and asked for an individual. However, the occupants of the home stated that the individual he was looking for did not live there. The man then reportedly entered the home forcibly and attacked the individuals inside.

One individual in the home took a bat that the man allegedly had and hit him with it while another person held him. The man then left the area, but a hat and blood remained at the residence. The man was later located at an area hospital after apparently seeking treatment for injuries, and authorities deemed the man a suspect in the burglary. As a result, he is facing felony charges and one misdemeanor allegation.

Dealing with felonies can be a complicated legal matter. Therefore, the man may desire assistance with his case as it moves through Florida criminal court. Experienced attorneys are available if the man wishes to utilize their professional knowledge in order to better understand what may be expected of him and how he may approach his case in an effective manner.

Source: CBS News, "Cops: Residents beat home intruder with his own bat", June 28, 2016

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