Trespassing in a construction site at night
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You could be arrested for trespassing. Depending on the state of the construction, you may also encounter unknown dangerous conditions and suffer serious personal injury. If you are interested in the construction industry then I would suggest exploring job opportunities within this field.
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Trespassing. To quell your curiosity, try Googling construction site photos - which is much safer than actually visiting the sites and its legal to do so.
If you're caught, you could be charged with anything from criminal trespass (a misdemeanor) to burglary (a felony), depending on what you do while you're inside and what the police officer believes you did. This sort of exploration is a colossally bad idea for legal reasons, much less the possibility of being injured. Go check out a park instead, or take a tour of Mansfield Reformatory.
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