One wag who has argued before the U.S. Supreme Court accepted the challenge:

If only a court case could be distilled to a multiple choice test...

"Purposely entered at night." It depends on whether you parse the law as purposely (entered at night) or (purposely entered) at night. That is, did the guy know that he entered, and know it was at night, or did he know that he entered, and it was at night (whether he knew that or not). The joys of statutory construction. And I suppose an argument could be made that "purposely" implies something more than mere knowledge, that it might even require that he made a conscious choice to enter at night rather than during the day.

My thoughts exactly. Unfortunately, that suggests to me that the answer was likely one of the OTHER possibilities, and I missed the question completely.

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