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Charged With Trespassing in an Unmarked and Unfenced Field

Being out in nature is one of a few capabilities that no one should be prevented. Exploring, hiking and walking through open air is a remarkable adventure. For some, the path may be unknown and every step gives them the potential for new explorations. Within some areas of land or even rural or bigger properties, the expanse of space is so large, it is hard to know where one property ends and another begins. This is even more of a possibility when there is no fencing or signage preventing trespassers. How are you to respond when simply being present in an unmarked and unfenced open field led to an owner shooting at you and charging you with trespassing? 

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