Burglary can be defined as the entering of someone’s habitation or building with the intention of committing a felony. This could be with the intent to steal or cause fear that can make people fear for their well being. The severity of the charge is upgraded if you use a weapon to communicate this fear. The value of the property is not important. In dealing with robbery charges you are likely to be charged with are either first degree or second degree robbery.
If you are convicted of such a charge you are looking at facing jail time, restitution payment, fines, parole/probation, and a loss of one’s driver’s licence. In addition, if you are convicted of such a charge, you could lose your right to purchase or carry a firearm and lose your right to vote.