CRIMINALIZATION OF TRESPASS IN ORDER TO COMMIT OTHER OFFENCES

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วิณัฏฐิกา ศรีประเสริฐ

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Any offense of trespass, the offender doesn’t solely intent to take possession of such property or to do any act that disturbs the peaceful possession of such person as stated in Thai Penal Code. But the offender has more serious intentions, actions and circumstances; such is defined as intent to commit a criminal offense. In addition, these other criminal offences must be committed at the time of attempt; otherwise, the offender is guilty of the offence of ordinary trespass. It is unreasonable because the offender has more intentions and actions than ordinary trespass. So it is necessary to create a criminal offence of trespass with intent to commit other offences.

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