In technical terms, under Florida law, burglary is the entering into or the remaining within either a dwelling or a structure or a conveyance, like a car, without permission and with the intent to commit a crime there. The crime can be anything other than trespassing. Going into a place with the intent to just stay there is not a burglary, but going into the place with an attempt to steal a roll of quarters or to break a window or what have you, can all be determined to be burglaries of those various things; structures, dwellings, or conveyances.

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