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Details of event may play into Florida man's criminal defense

A 19-year-old Florida man may soon be facing serious charges after a reported incident. Reports stated that the young man was allegedly involved in a breaking-and-entering situation at a residence while two people were at the home. As a result of the allegations that may be leveled against him, the man must focus on his criminal defense options.

Reports stated that the man had allegedly taken LSD and a synthetic drug before approaching a residence. A woman and her son were inside the home at the time, and the woman stated that the young man attempted to open her front door before breaking through a window at the front of the house. After busting through the window, the man allegedly grabbed the woman, who then screamed for her son.

The woman reportedly hit the young man with a baseball bat, and her son restrained the man as they waited for police to arrive. Authorities arrived at the scene, and the man was taken to an area hospital. It was unclear what the extent of his injuries may have been. Reports stated that the young man could face charges for burglary and assault during a burglary. 

The man's life could be considerably affected by the allegations that may be leveled against him, especially if he is charged and convicted. Therefore, he will likely want to determine his best course of action for creating and presenting a meaningful criminal defense. Consulting with an experienced Florida attorney may allow him to gain more knowledge on the legal avenues open to him.

Source: New York Daily News, "Fla. teen invades home in second attack linked to designer drugs", Tobias Salinger, Aug. 29, 2016

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