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Minor (15) Charged with B and E (first time offender)

Discussion in 'Juvenile Crime, Law & Court' started by LivinLargeLikeLarry, Nov 3, 2015.

  1. LivinLargeLikeLarry

    LivinLargeLikeLarry Law Topic Starter New Member

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    My friend let us in the house and prior to us arriving broke a window to get in. The police arrived in less than 3 minutes of Me and the third friends arrival, but we were all in the house at this time. We were all charged with breaking and entering. What am i looking at for punishment in court.
     
  2. KatDini

    KatDini Well-Known Member

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    Depends. What US state are you perfecting your criminal behavior in?
     
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    LivinLargeLikeLarry Law Topic Starter New Member

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  4. KatDini

    KatDini Well-Known Member

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    2911.13 Breaking and entering.


    (A) No person by force, stealth, or deception, shall trespass in an unoccupied structure, with purpose to commit therein any theft offense, as defined in section 2913.01 of the Revised Code, or any felony.

    (B) No person shall trespass on the land or premises of another, with purpose to commit a felony.

    (C) Whoever violates this section is guilty of breaking and entering, a felony of the fifth degree.

    Effective Date: 07-01-1996
    Lawriter - ORC - 2911.13 Breaking and entering.

    2929.14 Definite prison terms.


    (A) Except as provided in division (B)(1), (B)(2), (B)(3), (B)(4), (B)(5), (B)(6), (B)(7), (B)(8), (E), (G), (H), or (J) of this section or in division (D)(6) of section 2919.25 of the Revised Code and except in relation to an offense for which a sentence of death or life imprisonment is to be imposed, if the court imposing a sentence upon an offender for a felony elects or is required to impose a prison term on the offender pursuant to this chapter, the court shall impose a definite prison term that shall be one of the following:

    (1) For a felony of the first degree, the prison term shall be three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine, ten, or eleven years.

    (2) For a felony of the second degree, the prison term shall be two, three, four, five, six, seven, or eight years.

    (3)

    (a) For a felony of the third degree that is a violation of section 2903.06, 2903.08, 2907.03, 2907.04, or 2907.05 of the Revised Code or that is a violation of section 2911.02 or 2911.12 of the Revised Code if the offender previously has been convicted of or pleaded guilty in two or more separate proceedings to two or more violations of section 2911.01, 2911.02, 2911.11, or 2911.12 of the Revised Code, the prison term shall be twelve, eighteen, twenty-four, thirty, thirty-six, forty-two, forty-eight, fifty-four, or sixty months.

    (b) For a felony of the third degree that is not an offense for which division (A)(3)(a) of this section applies, the prison term shall be nine, twelve, eighteen, twenty-four, thirty, or thirty-six months.

    (4) For a felony of the fourth degree, the prison term shall be six, seven, eight, nine, ten, eleven, twelve, thirteen, fourteen, fifteen, sixteen, seventeen, or eighteen months.


    (5) For a felony of the fifth degree, the prison term shall be six, seven, eight, nine, ten, eleven, or twelve months.

    Lawriter - ORC - 2929.14 Definite prison terms.

    See also:
    Lawriter - ORC - 2152.02 Delinquent children - juvenile traffic offender definitions.
    Lawriter - ORC - 2152.12 Transfer of cases.

    Time to get Mom and Dad involved, because someone is going to have to pony up for an attorney.
     
  5. army judge

    army judge Super Moderator

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    Unless you've been committing crimes the way people eat popcorn, you won't go to jail.
    You're a minor.
    Talk to your guardians, mom, or pops.
    One of the type that oversees you must be present in court.
    Behave yourself, or you might be spending your days and nights washing BIG BUBBA's underwear, rubbing his crusty feet, and keeping him "warm" on those long, cold, prison nights!!!!
     
  6. CdwJava

    CdwJava Moderator

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    Being a burglar can be a dangerous proposition. Not only do you run the real risk of going to prison for many years, but, you also run the potential of being killed by a fearful resident or their faithful canine companion, Cujo.

    Grow up and learn to be responsible before you find yourself wandering down a path to new roommates with fanciful mono-syllabic nicknames and who eye you like you were a Snickers bar at a Weight Watchers' meeting.
     

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