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Aggravated Residential Burglary in Arkansas


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Arkansas Aggravated Residential Burglary Attorneys Wendy at the Howerton Law Firm handle all Arkansas aggravated residential burglary matters for the Arkansas general practice law firm Howerton Law Firm. Use the Request a Free Consultation form on the left of the page to schedule your free initial consultation with aggravated residential burglary lawyer Wendy Howerton or simply call the Howerton Law Firm at 479-587-9300.

About aggravated residential burglary in Arkansas
These cases typically involve situations where someone has broken into a house in order to rob it and threatens a resident with a weapon or causes physical injury to someone living there during the burglary.

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Arkansas Criminal Code for aggravated residential burglary in Arkansas
5-39-202. Breaking or entering.
(a) A person commits the offense of breaking or entering if for the purpose of committing a
theft or felony he or she breaks or enters into any:
(1) Building, structure, or vehicle;
(2) Vault, safe, cash register, safety deposit box, or money depository;
(3) Money vending machine, coin-operated amusement machine, vending machine, or
product dispenser;
(4) Coin telephone or coin box;
(5) Fare box on a bus; or
(6) Other similar container, apparatus, or equipment.
(b) It constitutes a separate offense under this section for the breaking or entering into of
each separate:
(1) Building, structure, or vehicle;
(2) Vault, safe, cash register, safety deposit box, or money depository;
(3) Money vending machine, coin-operated amusement machine, vending machine, or
product dispenser;
(4) Coin telephone or coin box;
(5) Fare box on a bus; or
(6) Other similar container, apparatus, or equipment.
(c) Breaking or entering is a Class D felony. 5-39-204. Aggravated residential burglary.
(a) A person commits aggravated residential burglary if he or she commits residential
burglary as defined in 5-39-201 of a residential occupiable structure occupied by any person,
and he or she:
(1) Is armed with a deadly weapon or represents by word or conduct that he or she is
armed with a deadly weapon; or
(2) Inflicts or attempts to inflict death or serious physical injury upon another person.
(b) Aggravated residential burglary is a Class Y felony.
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