Q: Riding dirtbike on someone private property, I didn’t know. They use force to make me leave it gets violent, details
On private property I didn’t know on my dirtbike. Man runs out and tries to push me off of my bike. That’s illegal right? Don’t they have to ask me to leave first? Then if I don’t they can use minimal force right? Also if they come out and stop me in my tracks there not aloud to just start touching my dirtbike are they? Like not even giving me a chance or asking me to leave just start messing with my bike I know I’m on there property but can I still use appropriate force to defend my own property even if I’m on there land??? One last question, if I’m on there property and they stop me in my tracks and say they are calling the police that’s fine Id just leave at that point but they can’t hold me there can they?? And if they try can I use appropriate force to get them off me?? Thanks I know, lot of questions.
A: It's difficult to answer detailed hypothetical questions in the absence of context. You might try a phone call instead. It doesn't seem that you are charged with a crime. So it does not look like a criminal law question. If you're charged with a crime, that usually defines the purpose of the question. If you're considering a civil claim, you may want to talk to a civil lawyer.
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