if you take a leak in the woods i was told i would not get a ticket. if i took a leak at lets say, Batsto village in view of others. TICKET.Finally a link with some laws. Very vague but at least something.
Now after going threw real quick. If I take a leak in the forest it could cost me $71. Now if some freak came back and molested and animal it would cost him $71. something sounds fishy.
7:2-12.3(f) Molestation of wildlife or animals on trail $71
at a camp ground i go beyond camp limits to take a leak, no ticket. take a leak on campfire
in view of browne troop TICKET.
1. To disturb, interfere with, or annoy.
2. To subject to unwanted or improper sexual activity.
this would include throwing rocks at ducks, poking animals with sticks.
most for these laws are for the public areas like offices, picnic areas and such.
i laughted at the loitering law until i saw the definition.
In many places loitering is a crime in and of itself. In other places loitering on public property is not necessarily illegal (unless loiterers are violating another law such as loitering to solicit for prostitution, begging, consuming alcoholic beverages in public, etc).
the laws look strange on the surface, but think of each one, and your on a family outing with kids or grand kids.