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Want it takes a rational action to take what does not

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want, it takes a rational action to take what does not belong to you regardless of the consequences when caught. Burglary is defined by the FBI as “the unlawful entry into a structure for the purpose of felony commission, generally a theft. Forces is not necessary for a burglary to occur. A burglar has to make a rational choice to commit a property crime. They would watch the building, plan the best day and time for the act to occur. Receiving stolen property that is known to be stolen is a felony. Those who help move the stolen merchandise form the hands of the thief to the open marketplace are as much a criminal as those stealing the property. The have to make a choice to involve themselves in this crime. 4. Burglary can have a sexualized content and it has been found that for some sexual murders had a history of burglary. There are some criminologists purpose that there is a category of burglaries with hidden sexual forces that are at the root to motivating the crime to occur. It could be a fetish that drives stealing a specific item as an outlet for sexual gratification not just the value of the item. Or for those with voyeuristic motivation may just break into a residence or business to look around and inspect the content of drawers or “off limit” areas.
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