The crime of trespassing requires the State to prove beyond a reasonable doubt:
1. The Defendant willfully entered a structure when unauthorized to do so, or willfully remained in a structure refusing to depart after having been warned by the owner or lessee to depart.
2. The structure was in the lawful possession of the alleged victim.
3. The Defendant’s entering or remaining in the property was without the permission, express or implied, of the alleged victim or any other person authorized to give that permission.
Trespass offenses are contained in Sections 810.08, 810.09, and 810.097, Florida Statutes.
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