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1. illegal entry habitation - stealing documents & journalBurglary
is the charge for illegal entry to the home. Larceny
is the charge for theft
of the documents and journal. Whether or not the larceny
is a felony or a misdemeanor
depends on the value of the items stolen
2. illegal entry habitation - stealing iphone
Same answer as #1, just larceny as to the iPhone instead of the documents or journal. Depending on the value of the iPhone, it could be a misdemeanor or felony.
3. illegal entry habitation - planting cameras in homeBurglary
is the charge for illegal entry into the home. The unlawful surveillance issue may or may not be a criminal
offense. It could be punishable under the wiretap statute
4. hacking computerBreach of computer security
5. hacking cell phone
Same answer as number 4. It could also be a wiretap issue under state and/or federal law.
6. destroying all ability to earn income
Not a crime, unless related to a physical injury which renders the victim helpless an unable to work. Could be compensable as a tort in civil court
7. stalking (illegal satellite surveillance)Stalking
8. violating Constitutional rights
Not a crime. Generally requires illegal action by the government, not by a private actor. It could be compensable under federal law if the alleged violations are prohibited by the civil rights act.
9. accessory to attempted murderMurder
. Texas does not follow the common law rule for accessories. Thus, an accessory in Texas
can be charged, convicted and punished the same way as the person who actually committed the crime.
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