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I take what you are saying is the above meaning ARS only applies to the public lands of the State of Arizona? No jurisdiction on Federal Lands?Rodney wrote:ARS 13-1402 seems to be the one they probably should have used.
http://www.azleg.state.az.us/FormatDocu ... ocType=ARS
As for it applying in National Forest, I would guess it applies in any area that is considered "Arizona".
I was a Deputy Sheriff, back in Kentucky, for almost 10 years. Although the laws are basically the same, the actual activity is very mild compared to the big city. I actually took and passed the entrance exam for the PPD when I first moved here 2 1/2 years ago...then decided it might be best to go back to my graphic background.MARC LABELLE wrote:Hey Rodney, you used to bleed blue????
Actually, I feel the ARS applies to all land and water located within the boundaries of Arizona. I would also think that any agency operating within same, shall also be bound to the ARS. I'm not a judge or lawyer...so, that is an unofficial opinion.Abe wrote:I take what you are saying is the above meaning ARS only applies to the public lands of the State of Arizona? No jurisdiction on Federal Lands?
The thing about any ARS...it really only applies when you are "caught & charged". Till then, you are free to pee on the tree! Besides, wild animals mark their trails all the time! Now...if you get to the point that you can tell who has been on the trail before you, you've gone way too far!Daryl wrote:Just curious; I'm sure public urination is in the ARS. Does that apply to the national forest land? I hope not!!!