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 Consequences of Burglary?

Answer Approximately 10 million property crimes are committed annually in the United States, which carries consequences that go well beyond the act itself. Prison time is a real possibility, with long sen... Read More »
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The Differences Between First Degree Burglary and Burglary?

There are three different degrees of burglary. While it would seem that first degree burglary would be less serious than third degree burglary, this is not true. In fact, first degree burglary is t... Read More »
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What is burglary?

Burglary is a crime that involves entering someone's property without permission for purposes of stealing merchandise, personal property or other valuables. A variety of acts can be considered burg... Read More »
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What is burglary 1?

Burglary can be separated into two different degrees, burglary 1 and 2. Burglary 1 is always a felony and carries the largest punishment. This crime, (when committed in a home) is always counted as... Read More »
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What is second degree burglary?

A burglary is considered second-degree burglary when an individual entering a commercial building or unoccupied residence has the specific intent to steal something.ProofThe prosecution only needs ... Read More »
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