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§ 5-39-203 - Criminal trespass.

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5-39-203.Criminal trespass.(a)A person commits criminal trespass if he or she purposely enters or remains unlawfully in or upon:(1)A vehicle; or(2)The premises of another person.(b)Criminal trespass is a:(1)Class B misdemeanor if the vehicle or premises involved is an occupiable structure; or(2)Class C misdemeanor if otherwise committed.
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  • 5-39-203. Criminal trespass.

    (a) A person commits criminal trespass if he or she purposely enters or remains unlawfully in or upon:

    (1) A vehicle; or

    (2) The premises of another person.

    (b) Criminal trespass is a:

    (1) Class B misdemeanor if the vehicle or premises involved is an occupiable structure; or

    (2) Class C misdemeanor if otherwise committed.

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