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Code of Virginia
Title 18.2. Crimes and Offenses Generally
5/27/2018

Title 18.2. Crimes and Offenses Generally (2017 Updates)

  • Chapter 1. In General
    • Article 3. Classification of Criminal Offenses and Punishment Therefor
    • § 18.2-10
      Punishment for conviction of felony; penalty
  • Chapter 4. Crimes Against the Person
    • Article 2.2. Terrorism Offenses
    • § 18.2-46.4
      Definitions
      § 18.2-46.5
      Committing, conspiring and aiding and abetting acts of terrorism prohibited; penalty
    • Article 4. Assaults and Bodily Woundings
    • § 18.2-51.7
      Female genital mutilation
      § 18.2-57
      Assault and battery; penalty
      § 18.2-57.3
      Persons charged with first offense of assault and battery against a family or household member may be placed on local community-based probation; conditions; education and treatment programs; costs and fees; violations; discharge
  • Chapter 5. Crimes Against Property
    • Article 5. Trespass to Realty
    • § 18.2-130.1
      Peeping or spying into dwelling or occupied building by electronic device; penalty
    • Article 7.1. Computer Crimes
    • § 18.2-152.4
      Computer trespass; penalty
    • Article 8. Offenses Relating to Railroads and Other Utilities
    • § 18.2-160.3
      Fare enforcement inspectors; failure to produce proof of payment of fare; penalty
  • Chapter 6. Crimes Involving Fraud
    • Article 5. False Representations to Obtain Property or Credit
    • § 18.2-186.6
      Breach of personal information notification
    • Article 6. Offenses Relating to Credit Cards
    • § 18.2-191
      Definitions
    • Article 7. Miscellaneous False and Fraudulent Acts
    • § 18.2-212
      Calling or summoning emergency medical services vehicle or firefighting apparatus without just cause; maliciously activating fire alarms; venue
  • Chapter 7. Crimes Involving Health and Safety
    • Article 2. Driving Motor Vehicle, Etc., While Intoxicated
    • § 18.2-268.3
      Refusal of tests; penalties; procedures
      § 18.2-268.4
      Trial and appeal for refusal
      § 18.2-268.7
      Transmission of blood test samples; use as evidence
      § 18.2-268.9
      Assurance of breath-test validity; use of breath-test results as evidence
      § 18.2-269
      Presumptions from alcohol or drug content of blood
      § 18.2-270.1
      Ignition interlock systems; penalty
      § 18.2-271.1
      Probation, education, and rehabilitation of person charged or convicted; person convicted under law of another state or federal law
      § 18.2-272
      Driving after forfeiture of license
    • Article 4. Dangerous Use of Firearms or Other Weapons
    • § 18.2-283.1
      Carrying weapon into courthouse
      § 18.2-285
      Hunting with firearms while under influence of intoxicant or narcotic drug; penalty
      § 18.2-286
      Shooting in or across road or in street
    • Article 6.1. Concealed Weapons and Concealed Handgun Permits
    • § 18.2-308.02
      Application for a concealed handgun permit; Virginia resident or domiciliary
      § 18.2-308.03
      Fees for concealed handgun permits
      § 18.2-308.04
      Processing of the application and issuance of a concealed handgun permit
      § 18.2-308.06
      Nonresident concealed handgun permits
      § 18.2-308.010
      Renewal of concealed handgun permit
      § 18.2-308.011
      Replacement permits
      § 18.2-308.016
      (Effective until January 15, 2018) Retired law-enforcement officers; carrying a concealed handgun
    • Article 7. Other Illegal Weapons
    • § 18.2-308.1
      Possession of firearm, stun weapon, or other weapon on school property prohibited; penalty
      § 18.2-308.1:1
      Purchase, possession, or transportation of firearms by persons acquitted by reason of insanity; penalty
      § 18.2-308.1:2
      Purchase, possession, or transportation of firearm by persons adjudicated legally incompetent or mentally incapacitated; penalty
      § 18.2-308.1:3
      Purchase, possession, or transportation of firearm by persons involuntarily admitted or ordered to outpatient treatment; penalty
      § 18.2-308.2
      Possession or transportation of firearms, firearms ammunition, stun weapons, explosives or concealed weapons by convicted felons; penalties; petition for permit; when issued
    • Article 8. Miscellaneous Dangerous Conduct
    • § 18.2-313.2
      Introduction of snakehead fish or zebra mussel; penalty
  • Chapter 8. Crimes Involving Morals and Decency
    • Article 4. Family Offenses; Crimes Against Children, Etc
    • § 18.2-370.2
      Sex offenses prohibiting proximity to children; penalty
      § 18.2-370.3
      Sex offenses prohibiting residing in proximity to children; penalty
      § 18.2-370.4
      Sex offenses prohibiting working on school property; penalty
    • Article 5. Obscenity and Related Offenses
    • § 18.2-374.1:1
      Possession, reproduction, distribution, solicitation, and facilitation of child pornography; penalty
    • Article 8. Offenses Involving Animals
    • § 18.2-403.3
      Offenses involving animals -- Class 4 misdemeanors
  • Chapter 11. Offenses Against the Sovereignty of the Commonwealth
    • Article 2. Uniform Flag Act
    • § 18.2-488.1
      Flag at half staff or mast for certain public safety personnel killed in the line of duty