Individuals in Arizona can face criminal charges for third degree criminal trespass if they:
- Knowingly enter or remain unlawfully on another person’s property after they have been given a reasonable request to leave by the owner or any other individual with lawful control over such property, or notice prohibiting entry; or
- Knowingly enter or remain unlawfully on the right-of-way for train tracks, or the storage or switching yards, or rolling stock that belongs to a railroad company.
According to ARS 13-1502, third degree criminal trespass is considered to be a class 3 misdemeanor. Some of the punishments if convicted of a class 3 misdemeanor can include up to 1 year of probation, 30 days in jail and/or monetary fines. If you have been charged with third degree criminal trespass in the Phoenix metro area, look to the law firm of JacksonWhite. Our team of knowledgeable criminal trespass attorneys includes a former Maricopa County prosecutor who can provide you with the assistance and quality representation you deserve. To schedule your free and confidential consultation immediately, contact our office at 480-818-9943. Phone lines are open 24/7 to take your call!