I live in california, one night the cops came over and told me i was tresspassing. they arrested me for 11550 "under a drugsi got a 30 day invited notion not throw the courts and i was moving out i had 3 days lift, when i got arrested one cop told me never come back so i didn't go back i lost my personal stuff.
How could you be trespassing in your own home? There seems to be more to this than meets the eye. In general the cops can enter your home to make a felony arrest but this seems strange...
I agree with Mr. Kaman. Go to court as scheduled and ask for an attorney.
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HS 11550 may be charged as a misdemeanor or a felony and cops may enter your home for a felony arrest. However, I don't see why you would be charged with trespassing in your own home. You should seek the advice of an attorney in your area and provide him/her with much more details.
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If understand you correctly, you received a 30 day eviction notice from your landlord because you were a month to month tenant. Evidently, the officer(s) believed that you no longer had a right to be there. However, that would not change the fact that you were charged with being under the influence of a narcotic. You need a criminal defense attorney to help you out here.
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