The purpose of the trespass warning is to make it clear that you lack permission so that your next visit will be criminal. You can still be arrested if the police discover evidence of a crime that was committed during your last visit.
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You can be arrested but it is unlikely given you were not arrested at the time.
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It is not likely that you will be arrested unless you treapass again.
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In New York State a person can be charged with any of four (4) types of trespass charges depending on the circumstances. The least serious is “Trespass” which is a violation and not a criminal act. The remaining three charges are: Criminal trespass 3rd a B misdemeanor, Criminal trespass 2nd an A misdemeanor and; Criminal trespass a D felony. All four of these charges require the prosecution to prove the accused “knowingly” entered or remained unlawfully on another’s property. Therefore, because you were issued a warning ticket if you reenter the property the prosecution can satisfy the knowledge element for any of the aforementioned charges.
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