Q: STAT. BURGLARY OF DWELLING TO COMMIT OTHER FELONY OR A&B what does this charge means
A: Well, it seems like there was a burglary of a dwelling and perhaps an assault and battery.
A: Without more facts I can only give you a generic answer. Burglary is when you break and enter into a dwelling or other structure with the intent to commit a crime. Some Burglary statutes apply to breaking and entering with the intent to commit larceny or assault and battery while others deal with breaking and entering with the intent to commit a more serious crime like rape, robbery or murder. Burglary is a very serious charge and if you are facing this charge you should speak to an experienced criminal defense lawyer to discuss the facts of the case and how you should handle it in Court.
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