In Burke v. State of Indiana, (IN App., Feb. 21, 2011), the Indiana Court of Appeals upheld the constitutionality of a provision that enhances burglary to a Class B felony if the building involved was one that is used for religious worship. The court rejected a federal Establishment Clause challenge, finding that the statute has secular purposes-- churches traditionally have less security measures, society finds such crimes more repulsive and these offenders take more time to rehabilitate. The court also found no excessive entanglement. Finally it rejected a state constitutional challenge, finding the law does not materially burden the right to be free from a preference for a particular religion or religion in general, protected by Art. I, Sec. 4 of the Indiana Constitution.