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Robbery Theft & Burglary Defence Solicitors London
Burglary Defence – Burglary is an act of entering a building as a trespasser with the intent to commit a crime such as causing someone bodily harm, stealing property or causing damage to the building. Burglary carries a maximum imprisonment of 10 years, if in case it took place in somebody’s home then there should be a prison of 14 years.
Theft – Theft is the act of taking someone’s property without his consent. Depending on how much had been stolen; theft cases can be heard in magistrates’ or crown court and carries a maximum sentence of seven years in imprisonment.
Robbery – Robbery is the crime which involves taking or attempting to take anything by force or by putting someone in fear with or without the intention to hurt him physically. In the law, robbery is defined as taking the belongings or property of others, with the intent to permanently deprive him of that property, by means of fear or force.
The basic offence
Section 9 of the 1968 Act creates offences that both require proof, the defendant entered any building or some part of building as a trespasser.
Section 9(1) (a) deals with proof that the entry took place with the intention to:
- Committing damage
- Stealing or
- Inflicting GBH
Section 9(1) (b) deals with proof that after the entry took place defendant:
- Stole anything
- Inflicted bodily harm upon a person or attempt to do so
Theft Act offences
The Theft Act 1968 aims to provide prosecutors with all the necessary information on some of the issues which may arise when making important decisions and prosecuting cases.
Part 1 Criminal Justice Act 1993 provides jurisdiction in England and Wales for offences of dishonesty as specified in section 1 of the Act.
- Not each and every element of the offence took place in jurisdiction; or
- The defendant was not a British citizen at that time; or
- The defendant was not in Wales or England at such time.
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