Georgia Trespassing Law OverviewGeorgia is a state with streamlined, easy-to-understand laws governing trespass.
But, property damage above a certain amount is counted as its own crime of criminal damage to property.
So moving swiftly along into Section 16-7-21 we can find all the relevant laws about Criminal Trespass contained in one easy to digest section of modest length:Section 16-7-21.
In Georgia, you don’t just have to trespass to get tagged with a criminal trespassing charge.
The statute makes it clear that the only difference between criminal damage to property in the second degree and criminal trespassing is the monetary amount of damage caused :16-7-23.

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