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Third Degree Criminal Trespass in Arizona

Individuals in Arizona can face criminal charges for third degree criminal trespass if they:

  • Knowingly enter or remain unlawfully on another person’s property after they have been given a reasonable request to leave by the owner or any other individual with lawful control over such property, or notice prohibiting entry; or

  • Knowingly enter or remain unlawfully on the right-of-way for train tracks, or the storage or switching yards, or rolling stock that belongs to a railroad company.

According to ARS 13-1502, third degree criminal trespass is considered to be a class 3 misdemeanor. Some of the punishments if convicted of a class 3 misdemeanor can include up to 1 year of probation, 30 days in jail and/or monetary fines.

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