Note, the question is regarding "established" law on evicting trespassers. I know what the actual law reads (Texas Penal Code - Section 30.05. Criminal Trespass) but it doesn't state what means may be taken to physically remove the bad actor. I'm sure there have been court cases, both Legal and Civil over incidents where the home owner acted to remove trespassers and I'd like to hear the outcome of those trials. We have a problem in my neighborhood with overflow parking from the Football field across the street. The patrons of the games are the most inconsiderate louts I have ever had the displeasure of encountering. They block the street so that emergency vehicles won't fit; a Fire truck had to ram one out of the way, dump their garbage on our street, block mail boxes and driveways, limit vision of other vehicles at the two intersections, play loud Rap music over portable PA systems, and block fire hydrants. Everything I've listed is illegal in my city. We and our neighbors call the police virtually every Saturday to deal with the offenders but quite frankly, the police are getting fed up with our calls and one came to our house and actually harangued my wife for "being rude to their Dispatcher". I guess allowing a hint of annoyance in your voice over the situation is verboten! A patron of the football game, seeing the police attend my house assumed it was us who have been calling to complain and felt the need to confront my wife (I was at work that day) who was working in the garden. My wife told the bad actor to leave who refused so she had to call the police. Long before the police arrived they left. I'd like to know the "established" case law on this because the next mother-fucker who harangues either me or my wife is going to be physically dealt with.