Distinguishing between larceny, robbery, and burglary can sometimes be hard. In this guide, we cover the differences between all three in Virginia.
In most cases, yes. Breaking and entering is a felony in Virginia. However, in certain scenarios your attorney can negotiate the charges down to a misdemeanor.
Under Virginia law, “trespassing” and “breaking and entering” are very different crimes with equally different penalties, ranging from a small fine to years in jail.