Attempted Burglary

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Attempted Burglary is defined as an attempt to commit OR a failure to complete any burglary. For any burglary charge, the person must have unlawfully entered the property. In an attempt to burgle, a person must meet all of the statutory requirements for burglary, except they do not need succeed in actually committing the burglary.

Burglary is different than larceny and robbery, which do not require breaking and entering into a building or auto burglary. Breaking is defined as any act of physical force, however slight, by which obstructions to entering are removed. Entering is defined as an entry which occurs when any part of a person's body is within the dwelling. A dwelling is defined as any house, building, or enclosed structure, any part of which has usually been occupied by any person(s) lodging therein; or any enclosed structure joined to and immediately connected with a house.

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Being charged with Attempted Burglary in Oklahoma is a serious matter. The Oklahoma criminal defense attorneys at Cannon & Associates are Fierce Advocates for Families and Freedom and will fight for you! At Cannon & Associates, we have extensive criminal defense experience, and will be with you every step of the way. We will take care to explain the issues and options to get you to your desired result and support you in this difficult time.

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