Watertown, MA asked in Criminal Law for Connecticut

Q: What is the minimum and maximum sentence for breaking into a depository in Connecticut

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Max Lavit Rosenberg
Max Lavit Rosenberg
  • Criminal Law Lawyer
  • Stratford, CT
  • Licensed in Connecticut

A: Your question is very interesting but lacks details. Was the burglar armed? What were they armed with? What kind of depository. In order to determine how the crime would be classified, we would need more details. It may be well withing your best interest to consult with a knowledgeable attorney. Our number is 203.870.6700. Without knowing the classification, a basic answer would be as follows :

Class A felony 10 to 25 years, up to $ 20,000, or both

Class B felony

1 to 20 years, up to $15,000, or both

Class C felony

1 to 10 years, up to $ 10,000, or both

Class D felony

1 to five years, up to $ 5,000, or both

Class A misdemeanor

Up to one year, $2,000, or both

Class B misdemeanor

Up to six months, $1,000, or both

Class C misdemeanor

Up to three months, $500, or both

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