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True & Honest Fan
- May 4, 2020
Nice try. But in Virginia no one has the legal right to be on another's property if:
(1) the owner of the property posts visible no trespassing signs on the property. Virginia has NO TRESPASSING laws.
(2) They are asked to leave orally
(3) They are told in writing not to come on someone's property
(4) They are served a cease and desist letter to not contact the person
(5) they are not a law enforcement officer carrying out their duties
It's a Class 1 Misdemeanor to trespass on a person's property, crossing their signs posted that say "do not trespass", or if they have been told orally or in writing to stay off a person's property and they are not law enforcement officers carrying out their duties.
Read it and weep....
VA CODE § 18.2-119. Trespass after having been forbidden to do so; penalties.If any person without authority of law goes upon or remains upon the lands, buildings or premises of another, or any portion or area thereof, after having been forbidden to do so, either orally or in writing, by the owner, lessee, custodian, or the agent of any such person, or other person lawfully in charge thereof, or after having been forbidden to do so by a sign or signs posted by or at the direction of such persons or the agent of any such person or by the holder of any easement or other right-of-way authorized by the instrument creating such interest to post such signs on such lands, structures, premises or portion or area thereof at a place or places where it or they may be reasonably seen, or if any person, whether he is the owner, tenant or otherwise entitled to the use of such land, building or premises, goes upon, or remains upon such land, building or premises after having been prohibited from doing so by a court of competent jurisdiction by an order issued pursuant to §§ 16.1-253, 16.1-253.1, 16.1-253.4, 16.1-278.2 through 16.1-278.6, 16.1-278.8, 16.1-278.14, 16.1-278.15, 16.1-279.1, 19.2-152.8, 19.2-152.9 or § 19.2-152.10 or an ex parte order issued pursuant to § 20-103, and after having been served with such order, he shall be guilty of a Class 1 misdemeanor. This section shall not be construed to affect in any way the provisions of §§ 18.2-132 through 18.2-136.
Code 1950, § 18.1-173; 1960, c. 358; 1975, cc. 14, 15; 1982, c. 169; 1987, cc. 625, 705; 1991, c. 534; 1998, cc. 569, 684; 2011, c. 195.
That's a really long way to say no. Not suprised.
Your lack of reading capabilities, is as always, a treat to behold. "Color of law" is not a crime. Color of law means acting with the power of law. Deprivation of rights while acting with the power of law (by misusing it) is a crime. Please learn to read.Actually, NO. Just no. "Color of law" is a crime in which a person deprives a person of their rights by actions that do not conform with the law.
Courts issue orders like that all the time, for police, or collectors. For all your reeing about my having proof, you always seem to ignore mine, and can't prove your assertionsA court order does NOT give anyone a right to show up at your door.
Those are outside the 4th circuit though, and not exactly relevant (unless the court decided that they were)People v. Ceballos and Katko v. Briney are the two major cases when one looks into setting up booby traps in or around your home. So if Melinda wants to know how it'll go down in court she can read those, or not. We all know she has a reading disability.