First Degree Criminal Trespass in AZ
Individuals can be accused of criminal trespass in the first degree if they knowingly:
Enter/remain unlawfully in or on a residential structure;
Enter/remain unlawfully in a fenced residential yard;
Enter a residential yard and look into a residential structure with reckless disregard of infringing on the inhabitant or owner’s right to privacy (also known as “peeping");
Unlawfully enter any real property that is subject to a valid mineral claim or lease with the intent to hold, work, take or explore the property for minerals on the claim or lease;
Enter/remain unlawfully on another person’s property and burn, deface, mutilate or desecrate a religious symbol or other form of religious property without first obtaining consent from the owner; or
Enter/remain unlawfully in or on a critical public service facility.