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Misdemeanor Breaking and Entering

Breaking and Entering

Misdemeanor breaking and entering under North Carolina General Statute 14-54(b) occurs when a person (1) breaks or (2) enters (3) without consent (4) any building. The main different between misdemeanor and felony breaking and entering is that felony breaking and entering requires a person to have the intent to commit a felony or larceny when breaking or entering.

Misdemeanor breaking and entering is a class 1 misdemeanor with a maximum punishment under the law of 120 days incarceration and a discretionary fine not limited by statute.

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