Entry of Dwelling House at Night
The criminal offense of Entry of Dwelling House at Night is proven by the prosecutor, beyond a reasonable doubt, if he demonstrates that:
- That the premises were not the dwelling house of the defendant;
- That the defendant entered the dwelling house;
- That the defendant had the intent to commit a felony therein; and
- That these events took place in the nighttime.
If you have been charged with the crime of Entry of Dwelling House at Night, you should immediately consult with an experienced Massachusetts Criminal Defense Attorney.
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