That cannot be determined from your question. Hopefully, by now, you have your own attorney. You will not automatically serve time time. If a deadly weapon was used, then there will be a mandatory minimum sentence of 20 years. Talk with your attorney.
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There is no way to know for sure. It is a very serious offense. You should hire an attorney.
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Since you have posted this same question several times over for the past week, you should by now understand that Burglary in the first degree is a Class A felony offense. If convicted of that offense, the trial court judge has the legal authority to impose a sentence of life in prison or a term of incarceration of ten years to 99 years, to be determined by the court. The fact that Youthful Offender status was denied is a good sign the trial court intends to treat you as an adult, and if convicted, impose an active term of incarceration.
Your best course of action is to retain a qualified criminal defense lawyer to assist you. You should not rely on a 'court appointed lawyer' (public defender) to represent you. You are facing life in prison for this offense. That should motivate you to hire the best attorney you can afford.