what is the possible sentence you can receive for breaking and entering and assault and battery in pennsylvania
You have not provided enough information to answer this question. Breaking and entering is not a criminal charge in every state.
It a person commits the crime of breaking and entering in Virginia, their sentence can vary. They can pay a fine, got to jail, be put on probation, it all depends on the previous crimes, and the judge.
6 months in jail
to be jailed not less than 5 years
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breaking and entering define
Larceny is a Class 1 misdemeanor in North Carolina if the amount stolen is valued to be less than $1,000. Taking personal property after breaking and entering counts as larceny.
Breaking and entering, or entering without breaking, an unoccupied dwelling or business, with the intent of committing theft.
Stealing something? If it's not your car it's probably breaking/entering.
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breaking and entering or burglary of a habitat, that's if you didn't take anything
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Breaking and entering is not burglary when nothing is actually stolen. If someone breaks a window, enters the house, walks for 5 seconds, then leaves the way they came, that's not burglary. However, it IS breaking and entering.
The unlawful breaking and entering, or the unlawful entering without breaking, of a premise with the intent to commit a criminal act therein.
You can get up to 5 years for breaking and entering. Additional charges will be given if you steal, break, or damage anything.
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The unlawful breaking and entering, or the unlawful entering without breaking, of an UNOCCUPIED premise with the intent to commit a criminal act therein.
Yes, breaking and entering is a felony in GA. In most cases, the felony is described as intent to burglarize or burglary itself.
It is usually called burglary- breaking and entering with the intent to commit a crime at that place- and yes, it Is a felony.
There are a large number of felonies with no limit in Colorado. Breaking and entering is typically going to have a limit of 3 years.
First let's dispell a common misconception, it is Breaking OR Entering, not Breaking AND Entering.See:Title 5 Criminal OffensesSubtitle 4. Offenses Against PropertyChapter 39 Burglary, Trespass, and Other IntrusionsSubchapter 2 -- Offenses Generally5-39-202. Breaking or enteringhttp://www.lexisnexis.com/hottopics/arcode/default.asp
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