Burglary or Receipt of Stolen Property
Receipt of Stolen Property occurs when one receives possession and takes control of stolen personal property, knowing it to be stolen by another person, with the intent to permanently deprive the true owner of the property.
Burglary is the breaking and entry into the dwelling of another with the intent to commit a crime therein.
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If the State has charged you with Burglary or Receipt of Stolen Property you should immediately exercise your Fifth Amendment Miranda Rights and Sixth Amendment Right to Counsel by remaining silent, cease all communication with the police, and call the