What Is Aggravated Burglary ?  

Burglary is also known as breaking and entering or housebreaking sometimes. No matter what it is termed as, it is a crime and the aim of breaking into a certain property is determined to judge how grave the burglary could have been. In some areas, burglary is more common, while in some other places it is not.

The common law states that burglary is the act of breaking in and entering the property or house of some other person at night with the intention of committing a felony, and it does not matter if the felony was committed or not in the end. So, the intention is in question here more than the act, unlike theft or robbery.

Entering, on the other hand, can be termed as an act of person actually entering the property of another person without permission or it cal also be the act of placing an instrument unlawfully to monitor the actions of that person. Even if the person uses a tool and inserts it to gain entry is burglary. However, the entering should take place and just breaking in without entering the property is not sufficient cause for terming burglary. Also, it should be a place of dwelling which was unoccupied for a brief while, and not something that was rarely used. Aggravated burglary usually occurs when the people are at home and they have been endangered and threatened to give into the burglars wishes. Also, statistically most of the burglaries happen during the night time, and that is one of the conditions to be termed as burglary.

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What Is Aggravated Burglary ?
 

What-Is-The-Punishment-For-Burglary      Burglary is the act of intruding into another person’s property and also trespassing on someone else’s house. When the guidelines are clear that trespassers will be prosecuted, then being on that property, especially during the nights, is unlawful entry. The act of burglary is also known as breaking and entering into someone’s property. It may not necessarily include any act of vandalism or robbery. Sometimes, it is merely the intent of the act that is punishable. More..

 


 

 

 
   
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