In the context of a federal sentencing case, the Eighth Circuit has determined that Minnesota's third degree burglary statute does not qualify as a violent felony under the Armed Career Criminal Act (ACCA) because it does not require the defendant to form an intent to commit a crime at the time of his unprivileged entrance.  Given that the ACCA includes burglary offenses (defined similarly to a burglary aggravated felony in the immigration context) as subsets of violent felonies, this case could have persuasive value in the immigration context.

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