Louisiana Lawmakers Want to Regulate Use of Drones

  Bills to regulate drones hovering in Louisiana Legislature Amid booming sales of drones (unmanned aircraft) across the nation, states are trying to figure out how to regulate their commercial and recreational use. In many cases, lawmakers at the state and federal level are debating whether regulations are needed, given that most statutes already address any crime in which a drone might be used as a tool to carry out the offense.   This also is the case in Louisiana, where a few bills addressing drone issues are winding through the 2016 legislative session. To date, the state has few [...]

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Criminal Trespass Laws — Louisiana

  Criminal Trespass Law Louisiana -- La R.S. 14:63 No person shall enter any structure, watercraft, or movable owned by another without express, legal, or implied authorization. No person shall enter upon immovable property owned by another without express, legal, or implied authorization. No person shall remain in or upon property, movable or immovable, owned by another without express, legal, or implied authorization.   Exceptions The following persons may enter or remain upon the structure, watercraft, movable or immovable property, of another without the action considered criminal trespass: (1)  A duly commissioned law enforcement officer in the performance of his [...]

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