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#2971740 - 10/07/12 11:14 AM Re: Corn Pile Hunter [Re: Coach]
rem270
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 Originally Posted By: Coach
 Originally Posted By: Hollar Hunter
 Originally Posted By: Poser
All I know is this: "Corn Pile Hunter" and "Corn Pile Hater" are two great screen names and both are currently available \:D


LOL


I'm thinking "Corny Pile Hunter" or "Corny Pile Hater" may be better! \:D


Im thinking about just plain old "Tresspasser" would be a great name for him.
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#2971800 - 10/07/12 12:47 PM Re: Corn Pile Hunter [Re: Coach]
KPH
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I bet the reason Ky has bigger deer is thet bait.LOL
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#2971859 - 10/07/12 02:31 PM Re: Corn Pile Hunter [Re: KPH]
DEERDOWN
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pour waste oil over it and walk away
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#2971870 - 10/07/12 02:51 PM Re: Corn Pile Hunter [Re: DEERDOWN]
Coach
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 Originally Posted By: DEERDOWN
pour waste oil over it and walk away


That would just add to the trespassing charge don't ya think?
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#2972009 - 10/07/12 06:19 PM Re: Corn Pile Hunter [Re: Coach]
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If the property line doesn't have a fence and isn't marked with "no trespassing" signs, then he really isn't trespassing. As long as he is not hunting or doing any damage then how is he trespassing? He is simply cutting thru the neighbors property to save time, the same as we all did as kids. Is everyone that knocks on your door immediately trespassing since their on your property?

If he crossed a fence or the land is marked with signs, different story...trespasser.

As far as the picture, not my property...not my business. Judging by the set up and the trophy rock laying on the ground, not a very good hunter and probably complains about TWRA because he never sees any deer...and that's for real.

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#2972014 - 10/07/12 06:28 PM Re: Corn Pile Hunter [Re: Tomahawk]
Coach
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Loc: Pall Mall, TN and Dexter, MI

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 Originally Posted By: Tomahawk
If the property line doesn't have a fence and isn't marked with "no trespassing" signs, then he really isn't trespassing. As long as he is not hunting or doing any damage then how is he trespassing? He is simply cutting thru the neighbors property to save time, the same as we all did as kids. Is everyone that knocks on your door immediately trespassing since their on your property?

If he crossed a fence or the land is marked with signs, different story...trespasser.

As far as the picture, not my property...not my business. Judging by the set up and the trophy rock laying on the ground, not a very good hunter and probably complains about TWRA because he never sees any deer...and that's for real.


I believe, and I may be wrong, that you don't have to have your property posted for it to be trespassing. I believe no trespassing signs are more for liability reasons. If you know it isn't your property and you are on it, then you are trespassing...but, again, I have no dog in this fight.
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#2972034 - 10/07/12 06:42 PM Re: Corn Pile Hunter [Re: Coach]
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Criminal trespass

According to Tennessee law, any person who unlawfully enters the property of another may be guilty of trespassing. The penalties for this offense vary depending on whether the trespass was civil or criminal. If the accused person uses force to enter the property and has knowledge that the owner has not consented to the entry, the trespass is criminal. If the property is entered without force the trespass is civil. Any person who commits a civil trespass may be sued for monetary damages, but they will not face criminal charges. Criminal trespassing, however, may result in criminal charges against the offender.

How do you know when you don’t have the owner’s effective consent? Tennessee statutes list a variety of ways that knowledge of the owner’s consent may be given or implied. A communication from the owner can give knowledge of the owner’s consent or lack of consent. A fence or enclosure around the property can convey the owner’s lack of effective consent. Any obviously visible sign can also convey the owner’s lack of effective consent. Tenn. Code Ann. 39-14-405 (2006). Additionally, an owner can convey his lack of consent by posting signs approved by the wildlife resources agency that state “Hunting by Written Permission Only”. These signs must also show the name of the owner and be accompanied by florescent visual markings around the perimeter of the property. Tenn. Code Ann. 70-4-106 (2006).

Criminal trespass is a Class C Misdemeanor and can be punished by a fine or a sentence of up to 30 days in jail. Tenn. Code Ann. 40-35-111 (2006). Criminal trespass charges, like any criminal charges, can profoundly impact you and your family. When dealing with criminal charges, it is important to find an experienced and effective Tennessee attorney, who can help find the best resolution for you and your family.

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http://www.tennesseecriminallawyerblog.com/2007/01/criminal_trespass.html
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#2972035 - 10/07/12 06:44 PM Re: Corn Pile Hunter [Re: DEERDOWN]
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 Originally Posted By: DEERDOWN
pour waste oil over it and walk away



then he would be trespassing and destroying private property of someone who hasnt broken a single law
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#2972039 - 10/07/12 06:45 PM Re: Corn Pile Hunter [Re: redblood]
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 Originally Posted By: redblood
 Originally Posted By: DEERDOWN
pour waste oil over it and walk away



then he would be trespassing and destroying private property of someone who hasnt broken a single law





not to mention breaking environmental laws and polluting groundwater
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