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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing Form 2220 Penalties

Instructions and Help about Form 2220 Penalties

Music. Hi, this is my favorite. Thank you for asking me. What is a burglary in the state of Florida? In Florida, burglary can be charged in any of a number of ways. In its most basic form, burglary is defined as the unlawful entry into the property of another with the intent to commit a crime while inside. In Florida, you can burglarize pretty much anything - a home, a business, a storage facility, a car, a boat, any structure, or any conveyance. But the key to the burglary is that you must have the intent to commit a crime when you enter. In order to be found guilty of burglary, the state is going to have to prove that you intended to commit a specific crime once you enter the structure or conveyance. It's important to note that intent is an operation of the mind and therefore it's not always capable of direct and positive proof. The law is going to allow the state some leeway in trying to establish what your intent was, and the law will let the state do so by way of circumstantial evidence. To be found guilty of burglary, you don't actually either have to enter or do anything inside of a structure or a conveyance. The charge can be sustained if any part of your body, even your pinky finger, enters so long as, of course, the state can also establish your specific intent to commit a crime once inside. A common defense to burglary is that you were permitted to be in the structure or conveyance, and you were therefore not inside unlawfully. For instance, you had been invited or you were a renter. But even a property owner can be convicted of burglary, for example, if the property is rented but the owner...