Trespassing

Suppose you are walking to a remote hunting area in the middle of the forest. You are not completely sure where you are, but you do know where you are going. If you accidentally walk through a private property without the consent of the owner is trespassing. Trespassing while hunting on someone else’s property in California is seen as an infringement of the property owners’ rights to that property is illegal. Even if you are simply walking through someone’s property to get to somewhere else, it is considered trespassing. If you have been accused of trespassing, the results may be severe. Having a competent lawyer for your trespassing case could make all the difference.

Trespassing Lawyer

RepresentYou is a State Bar of California-certified lawyer referral service who may be able to help. In most cases, California trespassing is a misdemeanor which can be punishable by up to six months in jail and/or a fine of up to $1000. However, each detail in a case could make a difference. Certain situations could simply be an infraction, or more severe instances are classified as felonies. Aggravated trespassing involves threatening to injure someone physically while you are trespassing, and this is a felony under California law. If you or someone you know has recently been charged with fishing without a license,  trespassing, hunting without a license,  contacting a lawyer could be in your best interest.

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Trespassing While Hunting

2016.  It is unlawful to enter any lands under cultivation or  enclosed by a fence, belonging to, or occupied by, another, or to  enter any uncultivated or unenclosed lands, including lands  temporarily inundated by waters flowing outside the established banks  of a river, stream, slough, or other waterway, where signs  forbidding trespass or hunting, or both, are displayed at intervals  not less than three to the mile along all exterior boundaries and at  all roads and trails entering those lands, for the purpose of  discharging any firearm or taking or destroying any mammal or bird,  including any waterfowl, on those lands without having first obtained  written permission from the owner, or his or her agent, or the  person in lawful possession of, those lands. Signs may be of any size  and wording that will fairly advise persons about to enter the land  that the use of the land is so restricted. source: legalinfo.ca.gov

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RepresentYou is a State Bar of California-certified lawyer referral service that may be able to help you find a knowledgeable lawyer. Our attorneys are held to extremely high standards to ensure we offer knowledgeable legal counsel to our clients. If you or someone you know has recently been caught on private property without consent of the owner, contact RepresentYou today and we may be able to help connect you to an experienced lawyer now!

Hunting and fishing regulations are very strict regarding over the limit laws, license laws, and especially trespassing in order to hunt. Entering someone’s property with the intent to do damage, obstruct business, occupying it, or refusing to leave are all examples of trespassing. Even if you unknowingly cross a property line, you can be charged with a trespassing crime. A common person may not fully understand the rules surrounding trespassing law, but a competent lawyer will. A trial-tested attorney will understand the intricacies of each case and may be able to help if you received a citation for this action. If you or anyone you know has been accused of trespassing, your next step should be talking to an attorney. Contact RepresentYou now and we may be able to help connect you to a knowledgeable trespassing lawyer in your area today.

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