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UER Forum > UE Tutorials, Lessons, and Useful Info > Links to US State statutes and criminal codes (Viewed 41872 times)
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Re: Links to US State statutes and criminal codes
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The Texas links are both bad links. I'll see if I can find anything current.




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Here is the current info on Texas:


Statutes: http://www.statutes.legis.state.tx.us/

Criminal Code: http://www.statute...e.005.00.000021.00




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UPDATED AND CURRENT INFO ON EACH STATE:


I don't have time tonight to go through and pull out each state individually, here is a CURRENT (within this past year 2015) list of all the 50 States within the United states. There is a wealth of info on these sites, even beyond the scope of this thread.

http://libraryguid...ce.edu/cjcstatutes

https://www.law.co...able_criminal_code

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Thanks for links provided! It was helpful!




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Update to PA Posting No Trespassing for Properties and Changes defiant Trespass Code.


Purple Paint Replaces 'No trespass signs in Pennsylvania
Mar 5, 2020

Purple Paint Law
Pennsylvania’s purple paint law requires at least an eight-inch by one-inch strip of purple paint applied to trees or posts starting between three and five feet above ground level. The paint is the newest way to let people know that trespassing is not allowed on the property.

Landowners who post their properties now have the option of using purple paint rather than signs to alert others that lands are private and trespassing isn’t permitted.

House Bill 1772, which was signed into law by Gov. Tom Wolf in November, took effect this past month.

The bill adds language to the section of state law dealing with criminal trespass.


Under the law, a person is considered a “defiant trespasser” – which carries enhanced penalties – if he or she enters or remains in any place where notice against trespassing is given by actual communication, lawful posting or fencing.

House Bill 1772 makes the use of purple paint on trees or posts a lawful posting method in all but Allegheny and Philadelphia counties.


Vertical purple lines must be at least eight inches long and one inch wide. The bottom of the mark must not be less than three feet or more than five feet from the ground. And painted marks must not be more than 100 feet apart.

Now that the “purple paint law” is effective, hunters should know they might encounter purple markings on trees and that these marks are meant to define the boundary of an adjoining private property that’s posted against trespassing.

The new law also authorizes unarmed persons to go onto private property for the sole purpose of retrieving a hunting dog.

In Pennsylvania, defiant trespass is a third-degree misdemeanor punishable by up to a year in jail and $2,500 in fines. And if trespassing occurs while hunting, additional game-law violations – and additional penalties – also might apply.

A recent legislative act has provided the Game Commission the authority to investigate trespassing complaints and enforce trespassing violations as a primary offense, even if game-law violations aren’t alleged and the agency will enforce trespassing aggressively.


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