Trespassing in California can be charged as an "infraction" or as a misdemeanor. Either way, a conviction for trespassing will create a criminal record for you and can lead to a future restraining order. Anna R. Yum is a skilled and knowledgeable defense attorney who can help minimize the negative consequences of being convicted of trespassing.
Unlawful Entry and More
The definition of trespassing under California's Penal Code (section 602) covers quite a bit more than merely being on someone else's property without their consent, although this is the core concept of trespassing — unlawful entry onto the real property of another ("real property" means real estate, which also includes essentially everything on the property).
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