642.10  CRIMINAL TRESPASS.
   (a)   No person, without privilege to do so, shall do any of the following:
      (1)   Knowingly enter or remain on the land or premises of another;
      (2)   Knowingly enter or remain on the land or premises of another, the use of which is lawfully restricted to certain persons, purposes, modes, or hours, when the offender knows the offender is in violation of any such restriction or is reckless in that regard;
      (3)   Recklessly enter or remain on the land or premises of another, as to which notice against unauthorized access or presence is given by actual communication to the offender, or in a manner prescribed by law, or by posting in a manner reasonably calculated to come to the attention of potential intruders, or by fencing or other enclosure manifestly designed to restrict access;
      (4)   Being on the land or premises of another, negligently fail or refuse to leave upon being notified by signage posted in a conspicuous place or otherwise being notified to do so by the owner or occupant, or the agent or servant of either.
   (b)   It is no defense to a charge under this section that the land or premises involved was owned, controlled, or in custody of a public agency.
   (c)   It is no defense to a charge under this section that the offender was authorized to enter or remain on the land or premises involved, when the authorization was secured by deception.
   (d)   (1)   Whoever violates division (a) of this section is guilty of criminal trespass, a misdemeanor of the fourth degree.
      (2)   Notwithstanding Ohio R.C. 2929.28, if the person, in committing the violation of this section, used a snowmobile, off-highway motorcycle or all-purpose vehicle, the court shall impose a fine of two times the usual amount imposed for the violation.
      (3)   If an offender previously has been convicted of or pleaded guilty to two or more violations of this section, Ohio R.C. 2911.21 or a substantially equivalent municipal ordinance, and the offender, in committing each violation, used a snowmobile, off-highway motorcycle or all-purpose vehicle, the court, in addition to or independent of all other penalties imposed for the violation, may impound the certificate of registration of that snowmobile or off-highway motorcycle or the certificate of registration and license plate of that all-purpose vehicle for not less than 60 days. In such a case, Ohio R.C. 4519.47 applies.
   (e)   Notwithstanding any provision of the Ohio Revised Code, if the offender, in committing the violation of this section, used an all-purpose vehicle, the Clerk of the Court shall pay the fine imposed pursuant to this section to the State Recreational Vehicle Fund created by Ohio R.C. 4519.11.
   (f)   As used in this section:
      (1)   “All-purpose vehicle”, “off-highway motorcycle” and “snowmobile” have the same meanings as in Ohio R.C. 4519.01.
      (2)   “Land” or “premises” includes any land, building, structure or place belonging to, controlled by or in custody of another, and any separate enclosure or room, or portion thereof.
(ORC 2911.21)
   (g)   Criminal Trespass on a Place of Public Amusement.
      (1)   As used in this division (g), “place of public amusement” means a stadium, theater, or other facility, whether licensed or not, at which a live performance, sporting event, or other activity takes place for entertainment of the public and to which access is made available to the public, regardless of whether admission is charged.
      (2)   No person, without privilege to do so, shall knowingly enter or remain on any restricted portion of a place of public amusement and, as a result of that conduct, interrupt or cause the delay of the live performance, sporting event, or other activity taking place at the place of public amusement after a printed written notice has been given as provided in division (g)(4)A. of this section that the general public is restricted from access to that restricted portion of the place of public amusement. A restricted portion of a place of public amusement may include, but is not limited to, a playing field, an athletic surface, or a stage located at the place of public amusement.
      (3)   An owner or lessee of a place of public amusement, an agent of the owner or lessee, or a performer or participant at a place of public amusement may use reasonable force to restrain and remove a person from a restricted portion of the place of public amusement if the person enters or remains on the restricted portion of the place of public amusement and, as a result of that conduct, interrupts or causes the delay of the live performance, sporting event, or other activity taking place at the place of public amusement. This division does not provide immunity from criminal liability for any use of force beyond reasonable force by an owner or lessee of a place of public amusement, an agent of either the owner or lessee, or a performer or participant at a place of public amusement.
      (4)   A.   Notice has been given that the general public is restricted from access to a portion of a place of public amusement if a printed written notice of the restricted access has been conspicuously posted or exhibited at the entrance to that portion of the place of public amusement. If a printed written notice is posted or exhibited as described in this division regarding a portion of a place of public amusement, in addition to that posting or exhibition, notice that the general public is restricted from access to that portion of the place of public amusement also may be given, but is not required to be given, by either of the following means:
            1.   By notifying the person personally, either orally or in writing, that access to that portion of the place of public amusement is restricted;
            2.   By broadcasting over the public address system of the place of public amusement an oral warning that access to that portion of the place of public amusement is restricted.
         B.   If notice that the general public is restricted from access to a portion of a place of public amusement is provided by the posting or exhibition of a printed written notice as described in division (g)(4)A. of this section, the Municipality, in a criminal prosecution for a violation of division (g)(2) of this section, is not required to prove that the defendant received actual notice that the general public is restricted from access to a portion of a place of public amusement.
      (5)   A.   Whoever violates division (g)(2) of this section is guilty of criminal trespass on a place of public amusement, a misdemeanor of the first degree.
         B.   In addition to any jail term, fine, or other sentence, penalty, or sanction it imposes upon the offender pursuant to division (g)(5)A. of this section, a court may require an offender who violates this section to perform not less than 30 and not more than 120 hours of supervised community service work.
(ORC 2911.23)