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What is the Virginia law for forcing others into prostitution?

In Virginia and across the country and world, the issue of human trafficking and people being forced into working as prostitutes is garnering a significant amount of attention. According to state law, prostitution not only relates to those who are soliciting a prostitute and the prostitutes themselves, but it also deals with those who are alleged to be taking part in detaining a person for prostitution or consenting for it to take place.

Virginia law and bringing a weapon to school

With the new Virginia school year beginning, there are more pressing concerns than what classes the students are going to take, their grades, and who their teachers are. The world has become significantly more dangerous with the unfortunate occurrence of school violence happening more and more frequently. In some circumstances, a student might make the conscious decision or the mistake of going to school with a weapon.

Man faces multiple offenses after fatal alleged DWI crash

Fairfax County treats drunk driving charges seriously. This is especially true if there is an accident and a person is injured or there is a fatality as a result. There are always two sides to every story and while an accident with injuries or death is a terrible thing to happen, the person who was driving the vehicle and is now facing DWI charges, and perhaps multiple other offenses, can have his or her life turned upside down. This is why it is wise for a driver who has been charged to understand what to do next.

Property crimes and penalties in the Virginia juvenile law system

Virginia teens who are facing accusations of being involved in criminal acts need to understand what they're dealing with. An example is property crimes. These acts can be minor with limited penalties and more significant with long-term consequences. When it comes to a crime like larceny, it is imperative that the accused person know what they are up against.


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