Prosecutor’s report as a result of recent economic hardships two men decided to break in to two large homes in Potomac, Maryland. The men agreed that they would commit the burglary on February 15th.

As the prosecutor what crimes would you charge each of the offenders with? Use the Maryland Code (statutes) to identify the specific statutory codes for the crimes that you would charge them with. When choosing a statute you should be able to identify what specific facts or evidence (from the above narrative) you would use to meet the requirements of the statute. In addition, you need to provide the maximum statutory penalty for each of the offenses and indicate whether the legislature has defined the offense as a felony or a misdemeanor. You should attempt to charge the offenders with as many crimes as you can reasonably identify. Use the following chart format to collect your information. Please see the rubric in the course syllabus for further grading details.-Offender Maryland Criminal Statutory CodeCriminal ChargeFacts relevant to this charge maximum Criminal Penalty (Felony/ misdemeanor)CR § 7-105Motor vehicle theftIdentify the applicable facts from the fact patternThe defendant is guilty of a felony and subject to a sentence of imprisonment not exceeding 5 years or a fine not exceeding $ 5,000, or both——–Offender Maryland Criminal Statutory CodeCriminal ChargeFacts were relevant to this charge maximum Criminal Penalty (Felony/ misdemeanor)————You can access the Maryland Code through the Maryland Law Libraries website at: .

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