Aggravated burglary (domestic violence) is a 1st degree felony.
A defendant commits 1st degree felony aggravated burglary (domestic violence) if in attempting, committing, or fleeing from a burglary the defendant or another participant in the crime:
1st degree felony: A fine not to exceed $10,000, plus a 90% surcharge.
(Utah Code Ann. §76-3-301(1)(a), Utah Code Ann. §51-9-401)
The court may order the accused to pay restitution if convicted of this crime.
(Utah Code Ann. §77-38a-301)
1st degree felony: A term of imprisonment not less than 5 years which may be for life.
(Utah Code Ann. §76-3-203(1))
Enhancement: If the Utah Courts find that a dangerous weapon was used in the commission
of a felony, the minimum sentence will be increased by one year. (A minimum sentence of 0 years becomes
a minimum of 1 year). Additionally, the maximum sentence for a 2nd or 3rd
degree felony may be increased by 5 years.
(Utah Code Ann. §76-3-203.8(2))
Because of the unique and highly emotional nature of domestic violence crimes, the high recidivism
rate of violent offenders, and the demonstrated increased risk of continued acts of violence subsequent
to the release of an offender who has been arrested for domestic violence, it was the finding of the
Utah Legislature that domestic violence crimes, are crimes for which bail may be denied if there is
substantial evidence to support the charge, and if the court finds by clear and convincing evidence
that he alleged perpetrator would constitute a substantial danger to an alleged victim of domestic
violence if released on bail.
(Utah Code Ann. §76-6-2.5(12))
In addition to penalties otherwise provided by law, the court may:
The court will:
A defendant convicted of a 1st degree felony aggravated burglary (domestic violence) must provide a DNA specimen.
(Utah Code Ann. §53-10-403(2))
A defendant convicted of burglary (domestic violence) may not posses, use or have control of a firearm or ammunition for life.
(18 U.S.C. §922(g)(9))
Learn more about crimes related to Aggravated Burglary (Domestic Violence). If you have any questions, please feel free to call our office at (801) 505-1586.