[6] 6 - Trespassing

A person who knowingly enters or remains unlawfully on private or government property.

  • Implied Public Area: An implicitly public area is an area that is private property but functions as a public area (ex. shopping area of a store, fueling-up area of a gas station, lobby of a police station). To trespass someone from an implicitly-public-area within private property, the individual must first be ordered to leave (for any/no reason) by an authority of the property (ex. Manager, Property Owner); upon return or refusal to leave, the person may be arrested for violating this code.

  • Restricted Area: Restricted areas are implicitly or explicitly defined. They include areas which have posted keep-out or no-trespassing signage as well as secured areas which are fenced, walled off, or behind doorways (including private vehicles). Railroad right of way plus 25 feet on each side of tracks and any railroad depot and/or property. Unauthorized persons may be arrested on the spot for violating this code.

  • Residences: Homes and apartment buildings are personal spaces which may only be accessed by residents, property owners, and invited guests. Any presence in a private residence or land without authorization may be cause for immediate arrest under this code.

This offence is a wobbler charge. This means that it may be either a Federal Charge or a Regular Charge depending on where the trespassing occurred.

Federal Charges: White House, FBI/IAA building, Military base, NOOSE Offices.

Regular Charges: Trespassing on private property. Trespassing on state property including: Port of Los Santos, Los Santos International Airport, Palmer-Taylor Power Station, and Ron Alternates Wind Farm.

Misdemeanor Sentence: 100 Seconds VMenu Sentence: 10 Minutes Economy Fine: $2000

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