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    Not so sure the civil action will fly unless you can prove they knew you had not committed an offence and still pushed this anyways. If they received a complaint and had enough grounds to believe an offence may have been committed they were within their right to investigate as fully as they could to determine whether or not the offense had been committed. To not investigate fully would have been a derelict of their duty. If charges have not been laid they may be still investigating which may result in no charges being laid.

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    so what happens to the meat then? with all the time that passes, it doesnt make sense that they hold it for him.
    is that a case where he just grins and bears it and allows the law to walk all over him?

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    Yes I have shot two deer with a crossbow that I could not find any blood , for the first 50 yards.
    The deer were both found about 100 yards from where they were hit, both were hit high in the upper lung.

    If you go to court make sure you get to, cross examine the Tracking DOG, I would love to here his side of the story.

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    Was there a fence where u crossed property lines? Or was it posted right there?

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    Quote Originally Posted by finsfurfeathers View Post
    Yup some of the details are missing. Feel the OP thinks where he shot the animal matters but I think that's a mute point.
    Crossed the property line without permission....... that's a ticket
    Dragged the animal back to your side before tagging.... that's a ticket
    ...and I wouldn't want to be arguing against that in court. We all know how that works out.

    My question for the OP is why he is hunting 50 feet off the property line, especially with a bow.
    It's legal, yes, but it is just asking for this type of problem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by B Wilson View Post
    fourth sentence you say the deer was laying 40 feet from you . In the ninth sentence you say the deer was laying 50 feet from you.

    which was it? One of those sentences is a lie.

    and yes I have heard of the privacy act, I have also heard of the trespass act and you admitted in your first post that the deer ran onto the adjacent property, now you claim you didn't know what property you were on. I clearly understand why the CO made the comment that you are a liar.

    when you get in front of a justice of the peace, you best stick to one story and one measurement.
    Yes, when the CO's play 20 questions with you, all the answers better match *exactly*.
    And even if you like to him about something of little significance to the matter at hand, you have just made your life 100 times more difficult. Giving two precise but different distances - ouch.

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    Sparky, you're BOW hunting LESS than 13-16 yards away from another property you don't have permission on and you haven't got a clue where the property line is? That's not well thought out.

    Try this map, it has most property lines marked on it. Also try setting up more in the middle of that lot to avoid the BS next year.

    http://www.giscoeapp.lrc.gov.on.ca/m...M&locale=en-US

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    Quote Originally Posted by x_xeon_x View Post

    Try this map, it has most property lines marked on it.
    http://www.giscoeapp.lrc.gov.on.ca/m...M&locale=en-US
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    That's a good map....thanks for posting
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    So how would a landowner prove to the courts where his property line is? Just asking.
    Experience is what you gain when you didn't get what you wanted.

    Many are called but only a few are chosen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by x_xeon_x View Post

    Try this map, it has most property lines marked on it. Also try setting up more in the middle of that lot to avoid the BS next year.

    http://www.giscoeapp.lrc.gov.on.ca/m...M&locale=en-US
    Good map, thanks.
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