Recent Posts in Burglary Category

  • Scranton Man Charged in Connection with 4 Burglaries

    || 2-May-2012

    You never want to make that one phone call from a police station and say "I just got arrested in Scranton. They are charging me with burglary." According to Pennsylvania statutes, a person is guilty if he enters a building or occupied structure, with the purpose to commit a crime therein, unless the premises are at the time open to the public or the actor is licensed or privileged to ...
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  • Two Masked Men Burglarize Carbondale Residence

    || 27-Feb-2012

    According to Pennsylvania statutes, a person is guilty if he enters a building or occupied structure, with the purpose to commit a crime therein, unless the premises are at the time open to the public or the actor is licensed or privileged to enter. Burglary is a 2 nd degree felony if it is committed at night or if in the course of the burglary the actor is armed with a weapon or inflicts bodily ...
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  • 3 Arrested in Connection with Hazelton Burglary

    || 6-Feb-2012

    According to Pennsylvania statutes, a person is guilty if he enters a building or occupied structure, with the purpose to commit a crime therein, unless the premises are at the time open to the public or the actor is licensed or privileged to enter. Burglary is a 2 nd degree felony if it is committed at night or if in the course of the burglary the actor is armed with a weapon or inflicts bodily ...
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  • Robbery and Theft Attorney in Scranton

    || 3-Jan-2011

    Robbery is defined as theft by use of force, whether with slight force or through the use of a weapon. It is a very serious offense, carrying a sentence of up to twenty years in prison. Penalties for a robbery offense have the potential to seriously disrupt your life, especially if you do not have an experienced criminal defense lawyer to help you navigate the criminal justice system. Today's ...
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