Residential Burglary (Penal Code Section 460)

Residential Burglary is commonly referred to as First Degree Burglary and is a felony. You commit residential burglary if you enter the home or inhabited dwelling of another person with the intent to steal or commit a felony.

An inhabited dwelling refers to where one would sleep or live, such as an attached garage to a house, a balcony attached to a house or residence, a hotel room or other similar places. An inhabited dwelling does not have to be currently occupied.

Contact Orange County Criminal Defense Attorney Ali Komaili if you have been charged with Residential Burglary or any other criminal matter in Orange County.