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Overview of Federal Laws About Burglary

Burglary is classified according to various state laws. the crime of burglary in itself is seen as an inchoate crime. This means burglary in itself cannot be constituted as a crime. To commit burglary, the individual will have to commit another crime in tandem, such as breaking and entering or vandalism.

The Federal Laws of the United States of America outmode all the state laws in the event of federal charges. This means they will face federal charges first, which are more serious than state penalties.

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Burglary in the maritime and territorial jurisdiction of the country

An individual is convicted of burglary in the special maritime and territorial jurisdiction of the United States of America when they are accused of the following:

  • Committing the crime in a place that does not fall in the jurisdiction of the state, such as a public park or the maritime scope of the country
  • Committing the crime through violence and force
  • Attempting to commit the crime from or in the presence of another person

A convicted individual will be imprisoned for a maximum period of 15 years.

Bank robbery

  1. Whoever attempts to extort anything in the possession or management of a bank to commit a felony in violation of the laws of the United States of America will have to face jail time of up to 20 years
  2. If an individual burgles valuables equal to or exceeding $1000 shall pay a fine, be imprisoned for a year, or both
  3. An individual who receives, possesses, stores or sells property taken from a bank despite knowing that the property was stolen will have to pay a fine, be imprisoned for a year, or both
  4. Whoever injures or kills another person in an attempt to burgle a bank will have to pay a fine, be imprisoned for 25 years, or both
  5. If a convict decides to free themselves or escape after they are caught by authorities will be imprisoned for 10 years. If their attempt results in the death of an individual, they will be imprisoned for life

Burglaries involving controlled substances

Whoever takes or attempts to steal a controlled substance from a person registered with the Drug Enforcement Administration will face imprisonment for twenty years. If the cost of the substance was less than $500, they will have to pay the cost of replacement. If the individual injured or killed someone in the process, they will be fined and put into prison for 25 years.

Post office

Whoever enters or attempts to enter a post office with an intention to commit a crime will be fined, imprisoned for 5 years, or both.

Post office vessel

Anyone who tries to enter a vessel used for post-office purposes by using violence, and interferes with the work of the post office clerk will have to pay fines and be imprisoned for a maximum period of three years.

Motor vehicles

Whoever steals a motor vehicle used for inter-country or intra-country commerce will be imprisoned for 15 years. If this action results in the injury or death or another person, they will be fined, imprisoned for 25 years, or both.

Personal property of the United States

If anyone burgles or attempts to burgle property belonging to the United States, they will face a maximum period of 15 years in jail. Additionally, they may also have to pay a fine of $5,000.

In some cases, federal and state laws may clash with each other. For example, the law of a state may claim that breaking into a post office without taking anything is not a serious charge, while federal law counts this as a crime. Even in the absence of state penalties, federal laws will apply. In cases of robbery and burglary, the federal law is always greater than state law.

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