Burglary is defined in the Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) Program as the unlawful entry
of a structure to commit a felony or theft.
The provision of federal law criminalizing unlawful entry
into the United States - which some Democratic presidential candidates now want to undo - was crafted by an avowed white supremacist who opposed the education of black Americans and favored lynching, which he justified by saying, "to hell with the Constitution."
Ampaguey's case stemmed from the unlawful entry
made on TCT No.
Carlson argues that Detective Cusumano is not an independent source because his presence on the scene is a direct result of the officers' unlawful entry
. We agree there was no independent source for the evidence obtained pursuant to the warrant.
Judge Indira Talwani granted the plaintiffs' motion with respect to the 1983 unlawful entry
claim against three of the defendants, rejecting their argument that warrantless entry of Christopher Castagna's apartment was justified by exigent circumstance and under the community caretaking doctrine.
(9) One element that has recently divided the circuit courts is whether the intent element of generic burglary is required to form at a particular time relative to an unlawful entry
or remaining in a building or structure.
A handcart pusher, who was charged with unlawful entry
into Kenya Air Force's base in Eastleigh, was on Thursday released by a Milimani court.
It involves deterrence of unlawful entry
, facilitation of lawful entry, residence, naturalization, and termination of unlawful residence.
1983 for violating their Fourth Amendment rights through unlawful entry
and false arrest.
The Legal Network for Truthful Elections, or Lente, had its own list: 'Vote buying and vote selling, unlawful entry
of candidates in polling places, illegal voting through flying voters, unlawful electioneering and violent disturbances.'
However, the squatters could face charges for unlawful entry
and possible property damage if Iran decides to file a criminal complaint against them.