it's the widely accepted but not necessarily true "laws" related to proclaimed areas under law enforcement control or excluded by order of the executive.
When I was in hIghschool, many years ago, you could tour the Capitol Building(s) all day long. Couldn't enter the private living quarters of the whitehouse of course.it's the widely accepted but not necessarily true "laws" related to proclaimed areas under law enforcement control or excluded by order of the executive.
Being a 'public building' doesn't mean anyone can walk in at any time, there has to be security ..... that said .... when you have security opening the doors and/or barriers then a trespass charge is very questionable.
You are not dim at all !
There are a lot of things I don't understand. Maybe because the rules have changed. But in my day, during open hours, you could go into any public building. That did not go for a military base. Has our Capitol building become a military base?You are not dim at all !
It's a very good question.
I'm sure there are some rules where public buildings are off limits at certain times, especially on the outside steps - those are called Outer Limits
Yep, it’s the People’s House. There’s no trespassing but they use it as a catch-all excuse to remove peeps for peeing on a statue or streaking or sleeping on the steps… or voting for the political enemy