Written by attorney Jeremy S Geigle

Arizona Second Degree Criminal Trespass

Charges for criminal trespass in the second degree can be brought against any individual or enterprise that knowingly enters, or remains unlawfully, in or on a nonresidential structure or in any fenced commercial yard. According to ARS 13-1503, second degree criminal trespass can also be charged as a class 2 misdemeanor.

In general, here are some of the punishments that can be handed down to any individual convicted of a class 2 misdemeanor, such as second degree criminal trespass:

  • 2 years of probation time;

  • 4 months of jail time; and/or

  • Fines of about $750 for an individual, or $10,000 for an enterprise.

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