lets say you live in a neighborhood and there is some deer on vacant land, can you shoot them with a bow?oke, rifle will be a bit noisy.
Florida Statute 810.09 states:
810.09 Trespass on property other than structure or conveyance.--
(1)(a) A person who, without being authorized, licensed, or invited, willfully enters upon or remains in any property other than a structure or conveyance:
1. As to which notice against entering or remaining is given, either by actual communication to the offender or by posting, fencing, or cultivation as described in s. 810.011; or
2. If the property is the unenclosed curtilage of a dwelling and the offender enters or remains with the intent to commit an offense thereon, other than the offense of trespass,
commits the offense of trespass on property other than a structure or conveyance
If the property isn't posted, fenced, or cultivation then you are not trespassing and can hunt it.
You're gonna get this guy in jail. Please re-read the WHOLE statute. It's a felony. When it says "except as provided for in this subsection," you should read that subsection. It means that the previous simple definition of misdemeanor trespassis not applicable. Otherwise, the trespass-by-projectile statute would be meaningless, since the first section clearly refers to a person vs. projectile. Go hunt on someone's un-posted lease without permission and shoot a deer. See if you don't wind up in jail when they call FWC.You have to have authorization to hunt, not a lack of warning. :dohkman (2/7/2010)As long as the property isn't posted, fenced, or cultivation than no crime is committed. The trespass by projectile statutes refers to shooting onto property that is posted, fenced, or cultivation. And the bold part you were refering to deals with unenclosed curtilage of a dwelling.