criminal Law



Burglary is the entering of a building with the intent to commit a crime. In Arizona, a burglary is a felony and can result in prison and a permanent charge on your record. Burglary is classified in three degrees

  • First-degree burglary (A.R.S. §13-1508): entering a property with possession of weapon or explosion with intent to commit a crime 
  1. Non-residential (class 3 felony): A minimum of 5 to 15 years imprisonment sentence
  2. Residential (class 2 felony): A minimum of 7 to 21 years imprisonment sentence
  • Second-degree burglary (A.R.S. §13-1507): entering or remaining in residential property with the intent of committing a crime (class 3 felony ) A minimum of 2.5 to 7 years of imprisonment
  • Third-degree burglary (A.R.S. §13-1506): entering a non-residential property,  automobile, or fenced property with the intent of committing a crime (class 4 felony) A minimum of 1.5 to 3 years imprisonment.

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