Unformatted text preview: part of the house, and therefore not a “dwelling”? 4. Applicable Law- Burglary is the unlawful entry into any structure, home, business, or otherwise, with the intent to commit any crime inside. No physical breaking and entering is required. 5. Result- The conviction was affirmed. 6. Reasoning- Because the defendant caused the window to remain open and unsecured, there is enough evidence to prove that he passed into the store without the owner’s consent with the intent to steal the shoes, and thus supporting the charge of burglary....
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- Spring '08
- criminal law, Burglary, shoe store, Applicable Law- Burglary, previously opened window