Property Crimes Video FAQs
- In New Jersey, a burglary is entering somewhere where you are not licensed or privileged to be with the intent to commit a crime once you are inside.
- It does not have to be a crime with intent or action taken to steal something.
- It could be any number of things, as long as there was an intent to commit some crime when you went into a place where you were not supposed to be.
- A first degree armed robbery would leave you facing between 10 and 20 years in state prison.
- You would have to serve 85% of whatever sentence you got before you are eligible for parole.
- A robbery without a weapon is a second degree offense where you face between five and ten years in state prison.
- You would have to serve 85% of whatever sentence you receive if you are convicted or plead guilty to that charge.