In order to prove the crime of burglary, the State must prove beyond a reasonable doubt:
1. The Defendant entered a structure owned by or in the possession of the alleged victim.
2. At the time of entering the structure, the Defendant had the intent to commit a crime in that structure.
3. The Defendant was not licensed or invited into the structure, and the premises were not open to the public at the time of the entering.
Section 810.02, Florida Statutes, addresses the crime of burglary.
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