aggravated trespass

aggravated trespass

n
(Law) law an offence in which a trespasser in the open air attempts to interfere with a lawful activity, such as hunting
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Each of the 10 was given a six-month conditional discharge after being convicted of aggravated trespass but judge Michael Snow said: "This protest overstepped the limits but I accept that was not out of malice.
Aggravated trespass charges have been filed against 138 people.
Last night, 138 people were charged with aggravated trespass and have been bailed to appear at City of Westminster Magistrates' Court on various dates from May 9.
TWENTY climate change activists who planned to shut down the UK's second largest power station were convicted yesterday of conspiracy to commit aggravated trespass.
Ten people, aged between 19 and 53, were arrested in the morning on suspicion of conspiracy to commit aggravated trespass.
In April police released without charge 114 people arrested on suspicion of conspiracy to commit aggravated trespass and criminal damage at the coal-fired plant in Nottinghamshire.
He said: "Just after midnight tonight, Nottinghamshire Police arrested 114 men and women from across the UK on suspicion of conspiracy to commit aggravated trespass and criminal damage.
A South Wales Police spokeswoman said: "Of the 13 people arrested, five were charged with aggravated trespass and eight were cautioned.
An energetic campaign to save the Ribbon sprang up over the summer, which led to eight people - including an 81-year-old man - appearing in court charged with aggravated trespass following an incident at a public council meeting.
Now four months on from the demonstration the 56-year-old from Heaton, Newcastle, will be answering to a charge under the Criminal Justice and Public Order Act for aggravated trespass.
Horan pleaded guilty to a charge of aggravated trespass and was sentenced to two months in prison.
Christopher Wood, from Selly Oak, was cleared in court of aggravated trespass, and, speaking to the Mail, accused companies of selling weapons of torture.