Corner Crossing

nrpate05

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You should give the new OnX video a look. I think it is called Landlocked and Mr. Newberg gives a solid explanation of corner crossing. It is a legal gray area, but I wouldn't do it.
 

mstolte

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I am curious if there was anything in writing from the state on the subject. I am currently researching ranches out east, trying to get my step son his first deer, and one of the ranches stated that they did not allow corner crossing- this is a BLM ranch, I am assuming a lease land. I would like to know if it was okay for them to state that?
 

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Thanks for finding this.

In this case the actual corner cross was thrown out. Crossing a "gap" is an entirely different issue that I would call trespass.
Does anyone know if Cherry was cited for criminal trespass on the corner crossing? or was it civil trespass?
 

Dakotakid

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I believe cherry was convicted of criminal trespass and he is now being sued civilly.

 

Dakotakid

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The rule of law doesn’t work based on sooth seeing of what might happen, the gray area creates opportunities for scoundrels on both sides.
 

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I believe cherry was convicted of criminal trespass and he is now being sued civilly.

After reading this case breakdown it seems this isn't a true corner and that it was an 80ft section that didn't connect to the public portion. So a conviction was surely warranted IMO.
 

JLS

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After reading this case breakdown it seems this isn't a true corner and that it was an 80ft section that didn't connect to the public portion. So a conviction was surely warranted IMO.
Agreed and you are correct. There are two different instances here. One was dismissed and one resulted in a conviction. Very different circumstances and the two should not be confused.
 

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