I Do Urban Exploration Videos Of Abandon Locations I Need Find Loopwhole To Go Into Places ? Now I Do Ask Permission But Sometime There No Owner Or State Own Property I Neex To Know When To Go An Not To Go
I know of no such "urban explorer" loophole to allow trespassing.
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Dear Urban Explorer:
Your inquiry is not as much about trespassing, since that concept may vary from property to property explored, but more inclined to defenses your lawyer could come up with to save you from conviction or a guilty plea, if caught and arrested and charged with trespassing. There is no safe assurance through an online forum that you are not trespassing no matter how you describe the penetrated property and any perimeter you get around.
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If "caught" and charged, you will need a lawyer. If this is your chosen way of life, hire an attorney, on retainer, who is always available to run down to the precinct, station or State Police Unit ( your zone if you explore local is covered by Troop A), and protect you from confessing your behavior if questioned by police without your lawyer.
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