Trespass

Knowingly entering or remaining unlawfully in or on property.

Criminal Trespass

There are three degrees of Criminal Trespass. The degree is determined by elements such as whether the property is a building or a dwelling, and whether the defendant is armed.

  • Knowingly entering or remaining unlawfully in or on property which is:
  • Enclosed to exclude intruders,
  • Used as a school or camp,
  • A public housing project, or
  • A railroad yard.
  • Knowingly entering or remaining unlawfully in a dwelling.
  • Knowingly entering or remaining unlawfully in a building and:
  • Possessing an explosive or a deadly weapon, or
  • Possessing (or knowing that another participant in the crime possesses) a firearm, rifle or shotgun, with ammunition.
 
 

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