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Distinguishing between larceny, robbery, and burglary can sometimes be hard. In this guide, we cover the differences between all three in Virginia.
In most cases, yes. Breaking and entering is a felony in Virginia. However, in certain scenarios your attorney can negotiate the charges down to a misdemeanor.
In this article, we list 9 strange laws in the Virginia criminal code which are still relevant today, from trespassing in a graveyard to swearing in public.
As Virginia residents increasingly turn to online marketplaces, it becomes much more likely for you to accidentally purchase stolen goods.
If you’re charged with the possession or distribution of controlled substances in Virginia, there are several paths you can take in your defense.
Yes. Depending on which court has jurisdiction over your case, you can quickly and easily pay any outstanding tickets on one of two websites.
Protective orders are powerful legal tools that are used to protect victims of abuse. Protective orders always trump civil orders such as visitation schedules.
As outlined in the Virginia Code, you may only break your lease in very specific circumstances such as military deployment or in the case of domestic abuse.
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