The Lord’s prayer may entreat us to forgive those who trespass against us, but California Penal Code has its own thoughts on the subject of trespassing – in brief, entering the property belonging to someone else without the right or permission to do so.
There are, as you might expect, numerous types of trespassing, but all are illegal. A common form of trespass considered quite serious by the law is when it is accompanied – usually preceded – by threats against a specific individual. The Penal Code, for example, notes that someone is guilty of trespass when they unlawfully enter an inhabited dwelling.
It’s a serious offense, and one that in almost every case we know of cannot be overcome by prayer alone. That’s why we recommend that you or a loved one charged in a trespass case contact Attorney Jake Brower, located in Santa Ana California, for an aggressive, experienced defense.