Burglary in the Third Degree
- Burglary in the third degree is a D felony.
- A person is guilty if he or she remains in a building with the intent to commit a crime.
- A “building” means any structure used for overnight lodging and could be a boat, tractor trailer, or recreational vehicle.
- You can be charged with burglary in the third degree for violating an order of protection, even if the person allows you into the building, if you are there with the intent to commit a crime.
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