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It’s extremely difficult to gauge how common home invasion is. For one thing, “home invasion” is even difficult to define. Much to our surprise, the following entry from the 2003 FBI crime statistics suggests that the rate of “aggravated robbery” was on the decline almost a decade ago” “According to statistics from the Federal Bureau […]

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What’s a home invasion? Well, that depends on who you ask. You and I probably see this the same way. When armed criminals brazenly force their way into a house, condo, or apartment, not caring whether somebody is at home or away, with an eye to stealing property or hurting us, you and I tend […]

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“A break and enter of occupied residential premises with forced confinement, assault, or battery of occupants.” That’s how duhaime.org defines “home invasion.” The keywords here are occupied, forced and occupants. Those words mean that the perpetrators knew — or didn’t care — that you were home when they broke in. Moreover they very likely hurt […]

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