Under Texas law,
A person commits an offense of Criminal Trespass if the person enters or remains on or in the property of another, including residential land, agricultural land, a recreational vehicle park, a building, or an aircraft or other vehicle, without effective consent and the person:
- had notice that the entry was forbidden; or
- received notice to depart but failed to do so.
An offense under this section is generally a Class B Misdemeanor.
The offense is a Class A Misdemeanor if:
- the offense is committed:
- in a habitation or a shelter center;
- on a Superfund site; or
- on or in a critical infrastructure facility; or
- the person carries a deadly weapon during the commission of the offense
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