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Burglary: The Differing Degrees of the Crime, and the Possible Defenses Under Each Degree

By Mark I. Cohen, Esq. |

Burglary is an offense that generally involves unlawfully entering a location, typically a building or a dwelling, intending to commit a crime in the area. In the U.S, burglary is considered a felony in many states, with New York being one of the states that categorize burglary as a felony. New York law divides… Read More »

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