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" At common law, the breaking and entering the house of another in the nighttime, with intent to commit a felony therein, whether the felony be actually committed or not. "
The American and English Railroad Cases: A Collection of All Cases ... - Side 99
1904
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Compilation of Court-martial Orders: 1916-1927

United States. Navy. Office of the Judge Advocate General - 1940
...is an altogether separate and distinct crime. Burglary at common law is the breaking and entering of the dwelling house of another in the nighttime with intent to commit a felony therein (Clarke's Crim. Law, p. 261). The parts of the specification found proved by the court read...
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Southern Reporter, Volum 95

1923
...sorts of burglary," showing that the common-law crime of burglary, being the breaking and entering of the dwelling house of another in the nighttime with intent to commit a felony therein, is not the only sort of burglary known to our law. 9 CJ 1009, it is said: Rehearing Denied...
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Papers Relating to the Foreign Relations of the United States

United States. Department of State - 1910
...intent to do grievous bodily harm. 8. Burglary, defined to be the act of breaking and entering into the house of another in the nighttime, with intent to commit a felony therein. 9. The act of breaking into and entering public offices, or the offices of banks, banking...
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Administrative Decisions Under Immigration & Nationality Laws, Volum 2

United States. Department of Justice - 1950
...in several material respects from common burglary, which is defined as the breaking and entering of the dwelling house of another in the nighttime with intent to commit a felony. Section 404 of the New York Penal Law reads : A person who : 1. With intent to commit a crime therein,...
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American Law Reports Annotated, Volum 23

1923
...whether there may be burglary without breaking. The crime of burglary as understood at common law was the breaking and entering the dwelling house of another in the nighttime with intent to commit a felony, and breaking, actual or constructive, was an indispensable element of the crime. Carter v. Com. (1922)...
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A Dictionary of Law: Containing Definitions of the Terms and Phrases of ...

Henry Campbell Black - 1991 - 1253 sider
...necessary word in indictments for burglary. BURGLARY. In criminal law. The breaking and entering the house of another in the night-time, with intent to commit a felony therein, whether the felony be actually committed or not. 3 ^nst. 63; 1 Hale, P. C. 549; 1 Hawk. PC...
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Undercover Investigations for the Workplace

Eugene Ferraro - 2000 - 297 sider
...266, Section 15 includes the following definition of burglary: Breaking and entering of the dwelling of another in the nighttime with intent to commit a felony. It also lists these elements of the crime. 1. Breaking 2. Entry 3. Dwelling 4. Of another 5. Nighttime...
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Crime: Computer Viruses to Twin Towers

H. Thomas Milhorn - 2004 - 464 sider
...anti-government sentiments. Cleaver faced up to 40 years in federal prison.10 Burglary The common law definition of burglary is "breaking and entering the dwelling house of another in the nighttime with the intent to commit a felony therein." The requirement of breaking is satisfied by forcing open a...
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American law reports annotated, Volum 23

1923
...whether there may be burglary without breaking. The crime of burglary as understood at common law was the breaking and entering the dwelling house of another in the nighttime with intent to commit a felony, and breaking, actual or constructive, was an indispensable element of the crime. Carter v. Com. (1922)...
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Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Supreme Court of Alabama, Volum 48

Alabama. Supreme Court - 1874
...no more than the robbery of a dwelling ; but it is now defined to be the breaking and entering the house of another in the night-time with intent to commit a felony, whether the felony be actually committed or not." (Jacob Law Diet., Burglary, 3 last. 63; 3 Chitt....
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