On Thanksgiving morning, Jacksonville resident, Kyle Davis, witnessed a burglary occurring at his next door neighbor’s house. He confronted the burglar and discovered that the burglar was armed with a gun. Burglary to a Dwelling that is in unoccupied is a second degree felony in Jacksonville, Florida. Under the Florida sentencing guidelines, this crime will usually carry a minimum guideline of 21 months in Florida State Prison or higher. Due to the fact that the burglar was armed with a gun, this offense will carry a minimum mandatory sentence of 10 years in prison.
If you have been charged with burglary, contact a Jacksonville Burglary Attorney.
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