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Kansas Burglary Laws

Burglary charges can be prosecuted when a person enters any dwelling, building or property that is not a home with the intent to commit a felony, theft, or sexual battery while inside. Burglary charges are a severity level 7 felonies and severity level 9 felonies when the property entered was a vehicle, aircraft, watercraft or railroad car.

According to Kansas Statutes ยง 21-5807, individuals may either be charged with a standard burglary offense or with aggravated burglary. Both charges are felony offenses that are punishable by several years in prison, so if you have been charged with any of these charges it is important to contact our Olathe, KS today.

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What Is Considered 
Aggravated Burglary in Kansas?

When the property being burglarized is inhabited by a human and/or burglarized with a weapon, including firearms, aggravated burglary charges will be prosecuted. This charge is more serious than a standard burglary offense and is considered a level 5, person felony.

There are a number of factors that will be considered when determining the prison sentences for convicted offenders, including the property that was burglarized, the severity level of the crime and a person's criminal history. Standard burglary penalties can result in prison sentences for as long as three years, and the maximum prison sentence for aggravated burglary is just over 11 years.

Olathe Burglary Legal Counsel

At Garretson & Toth, LLC, our legal team's consistent record of successful case resolutions highlight our abilities to defend against criminal allegations and our unrivaled level of personal dedication to the needs of our clients of Johnson County. Burglary cases are hinged on proving intent, and our Olathe burglary lawyers have decades of experience in focusing on this factor. With lawyers who specialize exclusively in handling theft crime and burglary cases, you can be confident that your case will receive the highest quality legal representation and support.

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