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A person has been convicted of a break and enter into the home of a senior citizen. what would the potential sentence be?

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A conviction for break and enter into a dwelling carries a maximum sentence of imprisonment for life. Break and enter into a non-dwelling carries a maximum sentence of 10 years in prison.

(1) Any person who enters or is in any premises with intent to commit an indictable offence in the premises commits a crime. Maximum penalty—10 years imprisonment. (2) Any person who enters or is in any premises and commits an indictable offence in the premises commits a crime. Maximum penalty—14 years imprisonment.

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