Also commonly known as “Breaking and Entering,” a Burglary occurs when and individual enters a house, occupied building or any separately secured part of an occupied building with the intent to commit a crime while inside.

The crime of Burglary is one of the most serious felonies and may be punishable by a maximum term of incarceration of twenty (20) years.

Other crimes that are similar to or closely related to Burglary include:

When facing such serious consequences and life-altering repercussions of being charged with a criminal offense, you should ensure that you are represented by a skilled and knowledgeable criminal defense attorney. If you are faced with such a situation, please call Attorney Joe D’Andrea immediately.

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