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Violent Crimes How Burglary and Robbery Differ

Violent crimes such as burglary and robbery are often confused by people who don't understand how the crimes differ. Manslaughter Burglary is defined as the act of breaking and entering places without authorization, such as a home or business, with the intent to commit another crime within. The use of force or act of physical breaking is not required to be considered burglary. Robbery is defined as a crime when someone directly takes something from another person through the use of some level of force or the threat of force. These can be items of value or of little value taken by force. Contact an experienced Chester County Criminal Lawyer to find out the differences between these two very serious crimes.

The typical elements of the violent crimes of burglary and robbery and how they differ will be discussed here. include entering a building illegally, with the intent to later steal or commit another type of crime. The elements of robbery differ, as this type of crime does not involve breaking in or entering a building. These elements of robbery discuss crimes committed directly to another person. They include, taking money or property directly from another person without the authorization to do so, with the intentions of permanently keeping the items retrieved. Robbery often takes place after the use of force or violent behavior has occurred. Burglary differs from robbery in this sense, as no one is required to be present in a place for a burglary to occur. simple assault Robbery is done to a physical person, while burglary is done inside of a building or structure. However, both crimes committed are considered property crimes. If you have been charged with either of these crimes, please be sure to further discuss the definitions of these crimes with an experienced lawyer. Lawyers here at the Law Offices of Kelly and Conte are able to assist, and can be contacted for any needs.

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