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    Quote Originally Posted by RCJH View Post
    My friend was charged with felony trespassing. He was able to plead down to a misdemeanor. Since it was a first offense he was given work release, so he only was courtesy of the state for something like 6 weekends. He is still on probation.
    What state did this happen in? Was it Nevada?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Midwest Player View Post
    What state did this happen in? Was it Nevada?
    I'd rather not say, but it was not Nevada.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RCJH View Post
    My friend was charged with felony trespassing. He was able to plead down to a misdemeanor. Since it was a first offense he was given work release, so he only was courtesy of the state for something like 6 weekends. He is still on probation.
    Was your friend already trespassed and went back in? If so how far apart? This sounds a little extreme, ive never heard of APs getting felony charges against them.......

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    A lot of respectable people with good jobs and a lot to lose partake in AP. If there was a risk to get a felony or even just misdemeanor as a result i doubt any would still indulge.......

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    Quote Originally Posted by dalmatian View Post
    Was your friend already trespassed and went back in? If so how far apart? This sounds a little extreme, ive never heard of APs getting felony charges against them.......
    Yes he was already trespassed. He says he forgot about it, but I doubt it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RCJH View Post
    I'd rather not say, but it was not Nevada.
    Most likely a native store. I've had some weird experiences in those venues.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jabberwocky View Post
    Most likely a native store. I've had some weird experiences in those venues.
    You have to watch what you say to tribal police officers. Many are cross deputized as federal officers and lying to them is like lying to the FBI.
    https://law.ku.edu/sites/law.ku.edu/...-materials.pdf

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    Quote Originally Posted by Midwest Player View Post
    You have to watch what you say to tribal police officers. Many are cross deputized as federal officers and lying to them is like lying to the FBI.
    https://law.ku.edu/sites/law.ku.edu/...-materials.pdf
    Don't they need to identify themselves as federal officers, in that case?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZeeBabar View Post
    These days, what's the worst that can happen if you want back. What do you think the order are that one of these would happen.

    1. They don't notice and you can keep playing.

    2. They notice you the very first time you return.

    3. They notice you sometime in the future and back you off again with a stern warning.

    4. They notice and trespass you.

    I get countermeasures at local casinos if they notice me. Sometimes this is right away and sometimes after a while. I still get to walk away with any wins. I live in a state where they can't ban you.

    One casino put me on a database but there have been no after effects. Sister properties of the casino that put me on OSN let me play. I still get comped in many casinos. In Las Vegas, even in mild disguise, a casino pit guy introduced himself to me and just flat bet me. I walked over to the sister casino on either side of that one and played with no problems.

    Maybe casinos have decided to make their own decisions/evaluations.
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    hi
    i think they have you captured and accused of trespassing
    cheers
    Last edited by klimbo; 02-18-2019 at 11:46 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by klimbo View Post
    hi
    i think they have you captured and accused of trespassing
    cheers
    Nope, was in Las Vegas for 4 nights, comped at M life for 2, Station casinos for 2 last month, visited Law Vegas 8 times in 2018, 24 nights all comped.. Also had offers at CET but r fired against the $41 per night resort fee.

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