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What are Burglary, Robbery, and Theft Bail Bonds?

Different Legal Definitions For Different Consequences

Firstly, a burglary typically occurs when an individual breaks into a building and steals the owner’s possessions. This type of crime may also include other felony charges. After a suspect is arrested, they will have to go to court for their bail bond hearing. It is important to note that first- and second-degree burglary have different bail amounts.

Secondly, when an individual steals from us, we will say that a robbery has occurred. It is, however, much more than simply taking what isn’t theirs. If a person is arrested for robbery, it can mean that it has a violent component to the theft, e.g., armed robbery and aggravated robbery, among others. Because of the violence associated with the crime, robbery has the most severe consequences of the three (burglary, robbery, and theft).

Thirdly, theft is considered to be an umbrella term that covers stealing money from an employer, shoplifting a pair of expensive shoes from a retail store, and more. Today, there are different classifications of theft, including grand theft.

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If you or a loved one has been arrested for burglary, robbery, or theft, they have the opportunity to post bail. One of the easiest ways to do this is to contact our bail bond agents from Independent Bail Bonds.

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