http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/articl...BAJ01AE4KH.DTL

Herron's lawyer, deputy public defender James Conger, cited legal precedent that to be convicted of trespassing, someone has to seek "occupancy," akin to squatting. Conger argued that Herron "did not intend to make the bear enclosure his place of residency, nor did his actions convey any indication that he would."

Just thought this was mildly interesting and relevant on the terms of trespassing. Might be in wrong category, but oh well.