What Are Breaking And Entering & Entering With The Intent To Commit A Felony Charges In Oklahoma?

Felony Charges In Oklahoma
It is possible to be convicted for a couple of crimes that are similar to, but fall short of, burglary. These are Entering With the Intent to Commit a Felony and Breaking and Entering Without Permission.

Entering With The Intent To Commit A Felony

It is illegal to, under circumstances not amounting to any burglary, enter any building or part of any building, booth, tent, warehouse, railroad car, vessel, or other structure or erection with intent to commit any felony, larceny, or malicious mischief.

Breaking And Entering Without Permission

It is illegal to, without the intention to commit any crime therein, willfully and intentionally break and enter into any building, trailer, vessel or other premises used as a dwelling without the permission of the owner or occupant thereof, except in the cases and manner allowed by law.

Both of these crimes are misdemeanors. The maximum punishment in the county jail is one year. The maximum fine is $500.

SOURCE: 21 O.S. § 1438 & 21 O.S. § 10

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Current as of: November 20, 2017