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The Building Was Unoccupied. Is That Still Burglary?
The Building Was Unoccupied. Is That Still Burglary?

If you've ever read Ohio's burglary law, you might notice that divisions (A)(1), (2), and (3) state that a person commits the offense when they "trespass in an occupied structure." That may raise the question of whether it's an offense under this statute to enter a building ...

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