A state as large as Florida is bound to have some strange incidents from time to time, and, in some cases, these incidents draw national headlines. Unfortunately, many of these incidents also involve allegations of criminal conduct.
People in Florida enter into other's property almost every day. This could be when they go to work, the grocery store, or friends and family. For the most part, these individuals are invited onto the property either explicitly or there is an implied invitation such as when people go to stores to go shopping. However, there are many instances when individuals enter the property of another without an invitation. In these circumstances, if the individual who entered the property did so without permission to do so and with the intent to commit a criminal offense, then they could be charged with burglary.
Many people in Florida are charged with crimes each year. There are many defenses to these crimes and people are not guilty just because they are charged with a crime. However, many people are convicted of crimes eventually. This could be for a variety of reasons, but sometimes it is better to take a plea deal instead of taking chances at trial. Part of many plea deals usually involves a period of time when people are on probation, among other penalties.
Throughout people's lives in Florida they find themselves in different situations based on a number of different factors. Some of these factors are within people's control and other times things change in people's lives through circumstances out of their control. Also, sometimes people try to fix a bad situation and end up creating a bigger problem which may spiral out of control. When people find themselves in these situations they may become somewhat desperate and make poor decisions.