What class of felony is breaking and entering of a vehicle?
It'll vary according to state law, amount of damage/value of items stolen, value of vehicle and items inside of it, etc.
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In a car repossession can they swear a warrant out for a class 6 felony for failure to return a motor vehicle subject to a property interest?
Yes, breaking and entering is a felony in GA. In most cases, thefelony is described as intent to burglarize or burglary itself.
Answer . If it is into a building, now a dwelling; 1-5 years.. If it is into a dwelling; 5-10 years.. If it is into a dwelling and. a. Armed with explosives or a deadly …weapon;. b. Cause phyical injury to any person not a participant in the crime;. c. Use or threaten the use of a dangerous instrument against any person not a participant;. - 10-20 years.
Classes "A", "B" & "C", but not 100% certain about theparticulars. well there is a felony 1,2,3,4,5 and the worst is thefirst then second then so on and on 5th is nothing comp…ared to therest hopefully that sums it up for you it also goes bymisdemeanors, felony's ,and then degree's. The answer depends onwhether you're referring to Federal or State Law since they allvary widely and each class of Felony can vary from State to State.Essentially, the class of the Felony (i.e., 1st degree, 2nd degree,etc.) is directly proportionate to the maximum jail sentence thatcan be imposed with 1st degree being the most punitive (e.g.,Murder) 2nd degree ( drug possession), and so on.
Yes, and everywhere else too
Felony means the act can be punished by more than 1 year in confinement. For more specific information, it would depend on the particular case.
The classifications of this is broken into four categories ... Class A : All robberies and attempted robberies involving the use of any type of firearm ... Class B :All robb…eries and attempted robberies involving the use of cutting or stabbing objects Class C : All robberies or attempted robberies when any other object or thing is used as a weapon ... Class D : All robberies, which include mugging, and similar offenses where no weapon is used, but strong-arm tactics are employed to deprive the victim of his property ... Another View: Actually this could vary by state statute. WHAT state is the questioner inquiring about? Some jurisdictions do not differentiate their criminal offenses by "Class" or "Degree."
Larceny is a Class 1 misdemeanor in North Carolina if the amountstolen is valued to be less than $1,000. Taking personal propertyafter breaking and entering counts as larceny.…
Well it is going to depend on what State the crime occurred if in the USA.. Federal government defines a felony as a crime which involves a potential punishment of a year or …longer in prison.. So it is a B&E that has some aggrevating circumstances such as taking a large amount of goods, happened at night, happened when the home or dwelling was occupied whether intentional or not.. The Law Enforcement frown on it if the place was occupied and at night, this shows a boldness of the offender.. Give a State for reference and I will try to help furthur. or you can go on the internet or your Local Library and look up your state Code of law and find the definition of FBE in your state.
Yes, and in the case of felony crimes, most will.
There are a lot of variables that determine that. First, if you have any prior record or more than one felony or if you are habitual (committing the same crime more than once)…. Usually if you don't have a serious criminal past a felony can be expunged but it takes time and money and ultimately up to the judge. Now if the felony is violent or drug related, the chances are slim to none that it can be expunged. What I mean by drug related it depends on what category the drug charges were, like distribution and the amount and type of drugs that resulted in the felony, that's probably gonna stay on your record for life. Living a squared away life and doing what's right will help define your character when you fight to get it off your record. If the judge looks at your record and see's that you haven't been in any more trouble and you explain to him that you learned your lesson and you have a family now and making an honest living the judge will more than likely find favor in you and rid you of your record. Now, even though this might happen, law enforcement and the judicial segment will always be able to see it, but as far as the public goes and employers they will not find a criminal past when they check. Your going to need a lot of money and motivation to get your record cleared up! Just a heads up! But do it anyway, it can't hurt to try and by trying, that shows initiative and it shows you care about your future and the future of your family, that's what the judge is looking for. Jason P.S. Hope this helps and good luck and God Bless!!
In Criminal Law
In Auto Accidents
Vehicular manslaughter occurs when an individual unintentionally causes the death of another through negligent operation of a motor vehicle. Manslaughter by definition is u…nintentionally causing the death of another individual through negligent or wanton means. This is different from homicide based on the perpetrator's state of mind - homicide occurs when someone acts to intentionally cause harm to another. Manslaughter occurs as an incident to an act that is illegal or negligent (e.g. driving under the influence, reckless driving) but not an act that is meant to cause harm. Therefore intentionally running someone over is not manslaughter, even though it did occur with a vehicle.
In New York
In New York State burglary, the crime of entering a building with intent to commit a crime therein, is a felony.
In Criminal Law
depends what state your in and if its the first offense if its first offense..your looking at 60 to 90 days of jail 2 years of entense probation about 1000 hours of comuntey s…ervice about a 4 year suspended senctece wich meaning if u mess up while your on probation say bye cause ur going to prison and you will have to pay the court cost and the fines for the stuff that was stoleing and you will have to pay the familey or person extra money for pain and suffering
In Criminal Law
By "accessory" do you mean you actively participated in the offense? B&E is a felony offense in every jurisdiction I am aware of. if you were an accessory you are facing som…e unhappy times ahead.