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Exam #4 HRS 708

HRS 708 part II Burglary and Other Offenses of Intrusion

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Intent. enters or remains unlawfully in a building with intent to commit a crime against a person or against property rights and armed with a dangerous instrument Burglary in the First degree
Intent. enters or remains unlawfully in a building with intent to commit a crime against a person or against property rights and I/ K/ R inflicts or attempts to inflict bodily injury Burglary in the Firstdegree
Intent. enters or remains unlawfully in a building with intent to commit a crime against a person or against property rights and reck. disregards dwelling of another and the buildings a dwelling Burglary in the First degree
Penalty for Burg. 1 Class B Felony
Intent. enters or remains unlawfully in a building with intent to commit a crime against a person or against property rights Burglary in the Second degree
Penalty for Burg. 2 Class C Felony
Person knowingly possesses and intends to use explosive, tool, instrument, or article for Forceable entry or theft by physical taking Possession of Burglar's Tools
Penalty for Possession of Burg. tools Misdemeanor
Person knowingly possesses any master key unauthorized Possession of Burglar Tools
I/ K unlawfully enters into a dwelling and a person > 62 yrs of age was lawfully present Unauthorized entry in a dwelling in the First degree
I/ K unlawfully enters into a dwelling and an incapacitated person was lawfully present Unauthorized entry in a dwelling in the First degree
I/ K unlawfully enters into a dwelling and a person with a developmental disability was lawfully present Unauthorized entry in a dwelling in the First degree
Penalty for Unauth. Entry into a dwelling 1 Class B Felony
Affirmative defense for Unauthorized entry in a dwelling in the First and Second degree Social Gathering invite and no intent to commit a crime. Drops to a misdemeanor
I/ K unlawfully enters into the dwelling and a person was lawfully present Unauthorized Entry of a dwelling in the Second degree
Penalty for Unauth. Entry into a dwelling 2 Class C Felony
Knowingly enters or remains unlawfully in a dwelling Criminal Trespass in the First degree
Person Knowingly enters or remains in or upon premises of a hotel or apartment building Criminal Trespass in the First degree
Knowingly enters or remains unlawfully in or upon premises fenced or enclosed designed to exclude intruders and is in possession of a firearm Criminal Trespass in the First degree
Enters or remains unlawfully in or upon premises of any Public or Private school with warning from school official or officer; no warning necessary between the hours of 10:00 pm and 5:00 am Criminal Trespass in the First degree
Penalty for Criminal Trespass 1 Misdemeanor
Knowingly enters or remains unlawfully in or upon premises that enclosed in a manner to exclude intruders or are fenced Criminal Trespass in the Second degree
Enters or remains unlawfully in or upon commercial premisses after resonable warning to leave by owner or police officer Criminal Trespass in the Second degree
Penalty for Criminal Trespass 2 Petty misdemeanor
Person is requested to leave a public park or recreational ground by a police officer when the request is based upon a violation of specified sign Criminal Trespass onto Public Park or Recreational Grounds
Penalty for Criminal trespass onto a public park or rec. ground Petty misdemeanor
Knowingly enters or remains unlawfully in upon premises Simple Trespass
Penalty for Entry upon athe premises of a facility utilized as a sex, child, or spouse abuse shelter Misdemeanor
Penalty for Unauthorized entry of a dwelling 2 Class C Felony
Penalty for Criminal Trespass onto public park or rec. ground Petty Misdemeanor
Penalty for Simple Trespass Violation
Penalty for Burglary of a dwelling during a civil defense emergency or disaster relief period. Class A felony
Penalty for Burglary of a building during a civil defense emergency or disaster relief period. Class B felony
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