Can I get charged for trespassing if there was no signs and I wasn’t informed?

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To determine a valid case for trespassing in a building or other type of property under Florida law, members of the court must prove that the defendant had willingly and intentionally entered a structure and/or remained inside this building, had been permitted to enter the premises of this structure, had warned the defendant to leave the premises, and had refused to leave the structure after receiving the warning from the owner. Therefore, you will only be chared with a crime of trespassing if you wander onto a property that is not designated as a structure or a building of any sort that is marked with a “no trespassing” sign and/or fenced.

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