Fishing, Hunting & Wildlife Violations

Fishing, Hunting & Wildlife Violations in Charlotte County

Charlotte County Criminal Lawyer for Fishing, Hunting & Wildlife Violations

It is possible to violate fishing, hunting or wildlife rules without being aware that you are breaking the law. From hunting out-of-season to fishing without a license, penalties for these violations are stiff and can include fines and jail time in some cases. If you are facing a fishing, hunting, or wildlife violation in Punta Gorda, Bogle Law should be contacted at once.

Our Charlotte County criminal defense attorney Tauna R. Bogle, ESQ. has extensive trial experience and is Board Certified in Criminal Trial Law by the Florida Bar of Legal Specialization and Education. In addition, her time as a former prosecutor gives her unique insight into how the prosecution will plan and approach their case against you.

Don't wait until it's too late to get the skilled legal assistance you need. Let our firm provide the aggressive representation that can make a real difference for your case.

Types of Fishing, Hunting & Wildlife Violations

Courts can hand down heavy penalties for a variety of violations for fishers, hunters, and boaters. Some of the most common include:

  • Continuing to fish or hunt on a suspended license
  • Fishing or hunting outside of the specified season
  • Failing to procure a license before fishing or hunting
  • Killing animals or fish that are considered off-limits
  • Harming coral reefs
  • Hunting or fishing more than the legal limit of certain species
  • Harming an animal that is deemed protected, including alligators and manatees

If found guilty of these violations, you may be forced to give up your fishing or hunting rights and be forced to pay expensive fines. Let our Charlotte County criminal defense lawyer assess your situation through a free case evaluation. We'll help you understand your legal options and share more about what we can do to defend you and fight for you to retain your rights and freedoms.

Contact us today for counsel you can trust to go the distance for you.