Ezra Miller pleads not guilty to charge for burglary and petit larceny, may face 26-year-jail if convicted
The Flash and Justice League actor, who always uses they/them pronouns, has made headlines several times over the previous few years for multiple charges, including burglary and assault.
This time, they was accused of entering neighbour's Vermont house on May 1 and stealing alcohol bottles before leaving.On Monday, October 17, Miller and the actor's lawyer made a virtual appearance to plead not guilty. At the appearance, Miller's lawyer confirmed that Ezra Miller had submitted the petition for not guilty to one count for the burglary charge and another for petit larceny. Miller agreed to the court-imposed conditions of not communicating or visiting the inhabitant's home.
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- If convicted, what will be the sentence for Ezra Miller?If convicted of burglary, Miller would get a maximum sentence of 25 years of imprisonment, a fine of $1,000, or both. For the petit larceny charge in Vermont, they could get one-year imprisonment or a fine of up to $1,000. So, Miller could get a possible sentence of a maximum of 26 years.
- Was Miller previously charged with anything?Earlier, Miller was arrested twice in Hawaii for disorderly conduct and harassment and second-degree assault.
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