But they don’t forfeit their right to determine the specific conditions someone will or won’t be able to come in. A business can decide it won’t allow people to carry firearms in on its property, and it is well within its rights to do so.Apples and oranges. Schools are NOT open to the public. Private businesses having rights to regulate their business is NOT absolute. A business exists at the pleasure of the state. And as I pointed out above the KY Supreme Court overturned a trespass conviction during an armed robbery. He left when shot at. But he was convicted of robbery.
A business cannot just ask a customer to leave if he is in the process of a transaction. It is not that simple.
When a business opens their doors to do business with the public they forfeit some of their autonomy. I speak from experience.
The problem is most cops are not taught trespass law. They end up violating your rights because they are ignorant.