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3 elements involved with the crime of burglary

Commonly, people tend to think that burglary and theft are the same crime. However, that idea represents a general misconception. If you face charges for theft or burglary, you could look at two vastly different situations and need different defense approaches. Because understanding the exact allegations with which you have been charged can make a considerable difference in how you choose to handle your case, information on burglary may prove useful to you.

What happens if I violate my probation?

Whether you are in the pre-sentencing stage or have been convicted of a crime, the judge may have opted to put you on probation as opposed to imprisonment. There are certain legal restrictions that you will have to observe such as abstaining from the illegal use of drugs, not carrying a firearm, and refraining from getting into any additional legal trouble of any kind.

Do people who finish high school get less time in prison?  

Perhaps you've been arrested on a minor criminal charge. Your court date is coming soon and some people you talk to say it won't matter if you have a good lawyer or not, since you're an "upstanding citizen" and got your degree. The judge will probably go softer on you, they say. Is that really true?

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