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Once the staff noticed the discrepancy with their birthdays listed on their driver’s licenses, the women, 44 and 34, were referred to deputies, who issued trespass warnings against them, the Orange County Sheriff’s Office said.
Martini has been charged with two counts of using a computer to gather identifying information and two counts of computer trespass, police said.
If a person knocked me down and I sued him to recover for the injury, trespass would be the proper form of action.
In many states an action in tort instead of trespass is the proper remedy.
Why do people put up such signs as “Keep off,” “Do not trespass”?
THE LATER CAVE-MENKATHARINE ELIZABETH DOPP
They shall eat the victim both for sin and for trespass: and every vowed thing in Israel shall be theirs.
I am sorry to inform you that I shall be forced to trespass a few days beyond the precise term which I had fixed.
In France, trade has more room than she can well fill, and therefore has no occasion to trespass beyond her limits.
The day is consumed in dancing, which is often protracted so late in the night, as almost to trespass on the day following.
But it seems to me there is no need to go into that matter here, for no trespass upon the marriage obligation is proposed.
LOVE'S PILGRIMAGEUPTON SINCLAIR

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