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What is the Difference Between a Burglary and Home Invasion in Maryland?
What is the Difference Between a Burglary and Home Invasion in Maryland?

Some people use the terms burglary and robbery interchangeably. However, they are actually separate and distinct charges with different penalties. Burglary is different from a home invasion, as well. If you have been charged with burglary or a home invasion, it is imperative ...

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    Some people use the terms burglary and robbery interchangeably. However, they are actually separate and distinct charges with different penalties. Burglary is different from a home invasion, as well. ...

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