In Johnson County, Kansas a conviction of burglary will impact your life for years. Under the law, burglary is defined as:
Kansas Simple Burglary is if you knowingly and without authority enter into or remain within any:
If a weapon, a person occupies the place, etc. you may be charged with aggravated burglary. An aggravated burglary, in Kansas is defined as:
Kansas Aggravated Burglary is made an unlawful activity pursuant to K.S.A. 21-3716 which defines the crime as knowingly and without authority entering into or remaining within any building, manufactured home, mobile home, tent or other structure, or any motor vehicle, aircraft, watercraft, railroad car or other means of conveyance of persons or property in which there is a human being, with intent to commit a felony, theft or sexual battery therein.
Kansas Aggravated Burglary Penalty: is a level 5 person felony which carries a maximum punishment of 136 months (or just over 11 years).
For every crime you are charged with, there is a defense. In Johnson County, and across Kansas Burglary Defenses include:
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