First Degree Burglary Conviction Upheld When Realtor’s Wallet Is Stolen in an Uninhabited Home

If someone commits a theft inside an uninhabited building, i.e. an abandoned warehouse or an old farmhouse falling apart due to the elements, it is second degree burglary.  If someone is living in the house or using the warehouse, such a theft is first degree burglary. What if someone steals a purse inside a house that is an open house and the purse is the realtor’s?  After all, no one is living in the house at the time of the open house and there is no risk that someone could be inside that might use force to defend the house.  Is this first degree burglary or second degree burglary and why?  Click on the following article to read answers. 

http://www.greghillassociates.com/lawyer-attorney-2031259.html.

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