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Virginia Sexual Assault Workers Compensation Benefits Attorney Hanover County

A social worker who was sexually assaulted in the stairwell of her office building failed to prove that the nature of her employment substantially increased the risk of such assault and was not entitled to workers’ compensation benefits.

Virginia Sexual Assault Workers Compensation Benefits Attorney Hanover County

Virginia Sexual Assault Workers Compensation Benefits Attorney

Prosecution of Child Pornography is on the rise in Virginia

Frequently, innocent possession or receipts of images are being prosecuted by federal prosecutors & state prosecutors in Virginia.

If you have been charged with Child Pornography in Virginia, contact the SRIS Law Group Virginia Child Pornography defense attorneys.

Our Virginia Child Pornography defense lawyers defend cases in both the federal courts of Virginia & the state courts of Virginia.

The VA Child Pornography defense lawyers have the experience and knowledge necessary to defend you against these types of charges.

We have client meeting locations in Fairfax, Richmond, Lynchburg, Fredericksburg, Virginia Beach & Manassas.

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Virginia Aggravated Sexual Assault Battery Attorney Fairfax County

Sexual assault and battery was a recognizable cause of action. Defendant was not entitled to summary judgment as to a minor’s count seeking damages for aggravated sexual assault and battery.

Virginia Aggravated Sexual Assault Battery Attorney Fairfax County

Virginia Aggravated Sexual Assault Battery Attorney

Prosecution of Child Pornography is on the rise in Virginia

Frequently, innocent possession or receipts of images are being prosecuted by federal prosecutors & state prosecutors in Virginia.

If you have been charged with Child Pornography in Virginia, contact the SRIS Law Group Virginia Child Pornography defense attorneys.

Our Virginia Child Pornography defense lawyers defend cases in both the federal courts of Virginia & the state courts of Virginia.

The VA Child Pornography defense lawyers have the experience and knowledge necessary to defend you against these types of charges.

We have client meeting locations in Fairfax, Richmond, Lynchburg, Fredericksburg, Virginia Beach & Manassas.

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Virginia Sexual Assault Compensation Lawyers Prince William County

A claimant’s immediate report of the events to her supervisors following a sexual assault, and her description of the incident during her testimony, clearly established that the sexual assault was traumatic, frightening, and unexpected, and the Virginia Workers’ Compensation Commission’s award of benefits was affirmed.

Virginia Sexual Assault Compensation Lawyers Prince William County

Virginia Sexual Assault Compensation Lawyers

Prosecution of Child Pornography is on the rise in Virginia

Frequently, innocent possession or receipts of images are being prosecuted by federal prosecutors & state prosecutors in Virginia.

If you have been charged with Child Pornography in Virginia, contact the SRIS Law Group Virginia Child Pornography defense attorneys.

Our Virginia Child Pornography defense lawyers defend cases in both the federal courts of Virginia & the state courts of Virginia.

The VA Child Pornography defense lawyers have the experience and knowledge necessary to defend you against these types of charges.

We have client meeting locations in Fairfax, Richmond, Lynchburg, Fredericksburg, Virginia Beach & Manassas.

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Virginia Possession Pornography Digital Images Lawyers Norfolk City

In prosecution for possession of child pornography under Va. Code § 18.2-374.1:1, best evidence rule did not govern digital images because expert testified that bit for bit copy of defendant’s hard drive was considered forensically to be an original, and defendant did not assert that admitted photographs or video clips were manipulated or altered.

Virginia Possession Pornography Digital Images Lawyers Norfolk City

Virginia Possession Pornography Digital Images Lawyers

Prosecution of Child Pornography is on the rise in Virginia

Frequently, innocent possession or receipt of images are being prosecuted by federal prosecutors & state prosecutors in Virginia.

If you have been charged with Child Pornography in Virginia, contact the SRIS Law Group Virginia Child Pornography defense attorneys.

Our Virginia Child Pornography defense lawyers defend cases in both the federal courts of Virginia & the state courts of Virginia.

The VA Child Pornography defense lawyers have the experience and knowledge necessary to defend you against these types of charges.

We have client meeting locations in Fairfax, Richmond, Lynchburg, Fredericksburg, Virginia Beach & Manassas.

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Virginia Child Pornography Possession Internet Search Images Lawyers Essex County

Defendant was convicted of possessing child pornography on his computer, where Internet searches he conducted (using the terms “Lolitas,” “pedophelia,” and “pre-teen pictures”) showed that he was reaching out for images involving child pornography.

Virginia Child Pornography Possession Internet Search Images Lawyers Essex County

Virginia Child Pornography Possession Internet Search Images Lawyers

Prosecution of Child Pornography is on the rise in Virginia Frequently, innocent possession or receipt of images are being prosecuted by federal prosecutors & state prosecutors in Virginia.

If you have been charged with Child Pornography in Virginia, contact the SRIS Law Group Virginia Child Pornography defense attorneys.

Our Virginia Child Pornography defense lawyers defend cases in both the federal courts of Virginia & the state courts of Virginia.

The VA Child Pornography defense lawyers have the experience and knowledge necessary to defend you against these types of charges.

We have client meeting locations in Fairfax, Richmond, Lynchburg, Loudoun, Fredericksburg, Virginia Beach & Manassas.

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Virginia Use Of Communication Systems To Contact A Minor Defense

If you have been charged with using a communication system to contact a minor in Virginia, contact the SRIS Law Group Virginia computer crimes defense lawyers for help.

Our Virginia computer crimes attorneys have the knowledge, experience and skills necessary to defend you against a using a communication system to contact a minor charge in Virginia.

Our Virginia sex crimes lawyers have offices in Fairfax, Richmond, Virginia Beach, Lynchburg, Fredericksburg & Manassas to better serve you.

Our Virginia sex crimes attorneys and staff speak the following languages in addition to English:  Spanish, Arabic, French, Cantonese, Mandarin, Telugu, Hindi & Tamil.

The following is the Virginia Code for using a communication system to contact a minor in Virginia:

VA Code § 18.2-374.3. Use of communications systems to facilitate certain offenses involving children.

A. As used in subsections C, D, and E “use a communications system” means making personal contact or direct contact through any agent or agency, any print medium, the United States mail, any common carrier or communication common carrier, any electronic communications system, the Internet, or any telecommunications, wire, computer network, or radio communications system.

B. It shall be unlawful for any person to use a communications system, including but not limited to computers or computer networks or bulletin boards, or any other electronic means for the purposes of procuring or promoting the use of a minor for any activity in violation of § 18.2-370 or § 18.2-374.1. A violation of this subsection is a Class 6 felony.

C. It shall be unlawful for any person 18 years of age or older to use a communications system, including but not limited to computers or computer networks or bulletin boards, or any other electronic means, for the purposes of soliciting, with lascivious intent, any person he knows or has reason to believe is a child less than 15 years of age to knowingly and intentionally:

1. Expose his sexual or genital parts to any child to whom he is not legally married or propose that any such child expose his sexual or genital parts to such person;

2. Propose that any such child feel or fondle the sexual or genital parts of such person or propose that such person feel or fondle the sexual or genital parts of any such child;

3. Propose to such child the performance of an act of sexual intercourse or any act constituting an offense under § 18.2-361; or

4. Entice, allure, persuade, or invite any such child to enter any vehicle, room, house, or other place, for any purposes set forth in the preceding subdivisions.

Any person who violates this subsection is guilty of a Class 5 felony. However, if the person is at least seven years older than the child he knows or has reason to believe is less than 15 years of age, the person shall be punished by a term of imprisonment of not less than five years nor more than 30 years in a state correctional facility, five years of which shall be mandatory minimum term of imprisonment. Any person who commits a second or subsequent violation of this subsection when the person is at least seven years older than the child he knows or has reason to believe is less than 15 years of age shall be punished by a term of imprisonment of not less than 10 years nor more than 40 years, 10 years of which shall be a mandatory minimum term of imprisonment.

D. Any person who uses a communications system, including but not limited to computers or computer networks or bulletin boards, or any other electronic means, for the purposes of soliciting, with lascivious intent, any child he knows or has reason to believe is at least 15 years of age but less than 18 years of age to knowingly and intentionally commit any of the activities listed in subsection C if the person is at least seven years older than the child is guilty of a Class 5 felony. Any person who commits a second or subsequent violation of this subsection shall be punished by a term of imprisonment of not less than one nor more than 20 years, one year of which shall be a mandatory minimum term of imprisonment.

E. Any person 18 years of age or older who uses a communications system, including but not limited to computers or computer networks or bulletin boards, or any other electronic means, for the purposes of soliciting any person he knows or has reason to believe is a child less than 18 years of age for (i) any activity in violation of § 18.2-355 or 18.2-361, (ii) any activity in violation of § 18.2-374.1, or (iii) a violation of § 18.2-374.1:1 is guilty of a Class 5 felony.

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Virginia Possession Child Pornography Defense

If you have been charged with possession of child pornography in Virginia, contact the SRIS Law Group Virginia possession of child pornography defense lawyers for help.

Our Virginia possession of child pornography attorneys have the knowledge, experience and skills necessary to defend you against a possession of child pornography charge in Virginia.

Our Virginia sex crimes lawyers have offices in Fairfax, Richmond, Virginia Beach, Lynchburg, Fredericksburg & Manassas to better serve you.

Our Virginia sex crimes attorneys and staff speak the following languages in addition to English:  Spanish, Arabic, French, Cantonese, Mandarin, Telugu, Hindi & Tamil.

The following is the Virginia Code for possession of child pornography:

VA Code § 18.2-374.1:1. Possession, reproduction, distribution, and facilitation of child pornography; penalty.

A. Any person who knowingly possesses child pornography is guilty of a Class 6 felony.

B. Any person who commits a second or subsequent violation of subsection A is guilty of a Class 5 felony.

C. Any person who reproduces by any means, including by computer, sells, gives away, distributes, electronically transmits, displays with lascivious intent, purchases, or possesses with intent to sell, give away, distribute, transmit, or display child pornography with lascivious intent shall be punished by not less than five years nor more than 20 years in a state correctional facility. Any person who commits a second or subsequent violation under this subsection shall be punished by a term of imprisonment of not less than five years nor more than 20 years in a state correctional facility, five years of which shall be a mandatory minimum term of imprisonment.

D. Any person who intentionally operates an Internet website for the purpose of facilitating the payment for access to child pornography is guilty of a Class 4 felony.

E. All child pornography shall be subject to lawful seizure and forfeiture pursuant to § 19.2-386.31.

F. For purposes of this section it may be inferred by text, title or appearance that a person who is depicted as or presents the appearance of being less than 18 years of age in sexually explicit visual material is less than 18 years of age.

G. Venue for a prosecution under this section may lie in the jurisdiction where the unlawful act occurs or where any child pornography is produced, reproduced, found, stored, received, or possessed in violation of this section.

H. The provisions of this section shall not apply to any such material that is possessed for a bona fide medical, scientific, governmental, or judicial purpose by a physician, psychologist, scientist, attorney, or judge who possesses such material in the course of conducting his professional duties as such.

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Virginia Incest 18.2-366 Fairfax Richmond Beach Lynchburg Fredericksburg Manassas Lawyers Attorneys

Virginia Incest Defense

If you have been charged with incest in Virginia, contact the SRIS Law Group Virginia incest defense lawyers for help.

Our Virginia incest attorneys have the knowledge, experience and skills necessary to defend you against an incest charge in Virginia.

Our Virginia sex crimes lawyers have offices in Fairfax, Richmond, Virginia Beach, Lynchburg, Fredericksburg & Manassas to better serve you.

Our Virginia sex crimes attorneys and staff speak the following languages in addition to English:  Spanish, Arabic, French, Cantonese, Mandarin, Telugu, Hindi & Tamil.

The following is the Virginia Code for incest:

VA Code § 18.2-366. Adultery and fornication by persons forbidden to marry; incest.

A. Any person who commits adultery or fornication with any person whom he or she is forbidden by law to marry shall be guilty of a Class 1 misdemeanor except as provided by subsection B.

B. Any person who commits adultery or fornication with his daughter or granddaughter, or with her son or grandson, or her father or his mother, shall be guilty of a Class 5 felony. However, if a parent or grandparent commits adultery or fornication with his or her child or grandchild, and such child or grandchild is at least thirteen years of age but less than eighteen years of age at the time of the offense, such parent or grandparent shall be guilty of a Class 3 felony.

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Virginia Prostitution 18.2-346 Penalty Fairfax Richmond Beach Lynchburg Fredericksburg Manassas Lawyers Attorneys

Virginia Prostitution Defense

If you have been charged with a prostitution offense in Virginia, contact the SRIS Law Group Virginia prostitution defense lawyers for help.

Our Virginia prostitution attorneys have the knowledge, experience and skills necessary to defend you against a prostitution charge in Virginia.

Our Virginia sex crimes lawyers have offices in Fairfax, Richmond, Virginia Beach, Lynchburg, Fredericksburg & Manassas to better serve you.

Our Virginia sex crimes attorneys and staff speak the following languages in addition to English:  Spanish, Arabic, French, Cantonese, Mandarin, Telugu, Hindi & Tamil.

The following is the Virginia Code for a prostitution:

VA Code § 18.2-346. Being a prostitute or prostitution.

A. Any person who, for money or its equivalent, commits adultery, fornication or any act in violation of § 18.2-361, or offers to commit adultery, fornication or any act in violation of § 18.2-361 and thereafter does any substantial act in furtherance thereof, shall be guilty of being a prostitute, or prostitution, which shall be punishable as a Class 1 misdemeanor.

B. Any person who offers money or its equivalent to another for the purpose of engaging in sexual acts as enumerated above and thereafter does any substantial act in furtherance thereof shall be guilty of solicitation of prostitution and shall be guilty of a Class 1 misdemeanor.

VA Code § 18.2-368. Placing or leaving wife for prostitution.

Any person who, by force, fraud, intimidation or threats, places or leaves, or procures any other person to place or leave his wife in a bawdy place for the purpose of prostitution or unlawful sexual intercourse, shall be guilty of pandering, punishable as a Class 4 felony.

VA Code § 18.2-348. Aiding prostitution or illicit sexual intercourse.

It shall be unlawful for any person or any officer, employee or agent of any firm, association or corporation, with knowledge of, or good reason to believe, the immoral purpose of such visit, to take or transport or assist in taking or transporting, or offer to take or transport on foot or in any way, any person to a place, whether within or without any building or structure, used or to be used for the purpose of lewdness, assignation or prostitution within this Commonwealth; or procure or assist in procuring for the purpose of illicit sexual intercourse, or any act violative of § 18.2-361, or to give any information or direction to any person with intent to enable such person to commit an act of prostitution.

§ 18.2-355. Taking, detaining, etc., person for prostitution, etc., or consenting thereto.

Any person who:

(1) For purposes of prostitution or unlawful sexual intercourse, takes any person into, or persuades, encourages or causes any person to enter, a bawdy place, or takes or causes such person to be taken to any place against his or her will for such purposes; or,

(2) Takes or detains a person against his or her will with the intent to compel such person, by force, threats, persuasions, menace or duress, to marry him or her or to marry any other person, or to be defiled; or,

(3) Being parent, guardian, legal custodian or one standing in loco parentis of a person, consents to such person being taken or detained by any person for the purpose of prostitution or unlawful sexual intercourse; is guilty of pandering, and shall be guilty of a Class 4 felony.

§ 18.2-356. Receiving money for procuring person.

Any person who shall receive any money or other valuable thing for or on account of procuring for or placing in a house of prostitution or elsewhere any person for the purpose of causing such person to engage in unlawful sexual intercourse or any act in violation of § 18.2-361 shall be guilty of a Class 4 felony

§ 18.2-357. Receiving money from earnings of male or female prostitute.

Any person who shall knowingly receive any money or other valuable thing from the earnings of any male or female engaged in prostitution, except for a consideration deemed good and valuable in law, shall be guilty of pandering, punishable as a Class 4 felony.

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Virginia Sex Offenses Proximity Children 18.2-370 Penalty Fairfax Richmond Beach Lynchburg Fredericksburg Manassas Lawyers Attorneys

Virginia Sex Offense Prohibiting Proximity To Children Defense

If you have been charged with a sex offense prohibiting proximity to children in Virginia, contact the SRIS Law Group Virginia defense lawyers for help.

Our Virginia sex offense prohibiting proximity to children attorneys have the knowledge, experience and skills necessary to defend you against a sex offense prohibiting proximity to children charge in Virginia.

Our Virginia sex crimes lawyers have offices in Fairfax, Richmond, Virginia Beach, Lynchburg, Fredericksburg & Manassas to better serve you.

Our Virginia sex crimes attorneys and staff speak the following languages in addition to English:  Spanish, Arabic, French, Cantonese, Mandarin, Telugu, Hindi & Tamil.

The following is the Virginia Code for a sex offense prohibiting proximity to children:

§ 18.2-370.2. Sex offenses prohibiting proximity to children; penalty.

A. “Offense prohibiting proximity to children” means a violation or an attempt to commit a violation of (i) subsection A of § 18.2-47, clause (ii) or (iii) of § 18.2-48, subsection B of § 18.2-361, or subsection B of § 18.2-366, where the victim of one of the foregoing offenses was a minor, or (ii) subsection A (iii) of § 18.2-61, §§ 18.2-63, 18.2-64.1, subdivision A 1 of § 18.2-67.1, subdivision A 1 of § 18.2-67.2, or subdivision A 1 or A 4 (a) of § 18.2-67.3, or §§ 18.2-370, 18.2-370.1, clause (ii) of § 18.2-371, §§ 18.2-374.1, 18.2-374.1:1 or § 18.2-379. As of July 1, 2006, “offense prohibiting proximity to children” shall include a violation of § 18.2-472.1, when the offense requiring registration was one of the foregoing offenses.

B. Every adult who is convicted of an offense prohibiting proximity to children when the offense occurred on or after July 1, 2000, shall as part of his sentence be forever prohibited from loitering within 100 feet of the premises of any place he knows or has reason to know is a primary, secondary or high school. In addition, every adult who is convicted of an offense prohibiting proximity to children when the offense occurred on or after July 1, 2006, shall as part of his sentence be forever prohibited from loitering within 100 feet of the premises of any place he knows or has reason to know is a child day program as defined in § 63.2-100.

C. Every adult who is convicted of an offense prohibiting proximity to children, when the offense occurred on or after July 1, 2008, shall as part of his sentence be forever prohibited from going, for the purpose of having any contact whatsoever with children that are not in his custody, within 100 feet of the premises of any place owned or operated by a locality that he knows or should know is a playground, athletic field or facility, or gymnasium.

A violation of this section is punishable as a Class 6 felony.

VA Code § 18.2-370.3. Sex offenses prohibiting residing in proximity to children; penalty.

A. Every adult who is convicted of an offense occurring on or after July 1, 2006, where the offender is more than three years older than the victim, of one of the following qualifying offenses: (i) clause (iii) of subsection A of § 18.2-61, (ii) subdivision A 1 of § 18.2-67.1, or (iii) subdivision A 1 of § 18.2-67.2, shall be forever prohibited from residing within 500 feet of the premises of any place he knows or has reason to know is a child day center as defined in § 63.2-100, or a primary, secondary, or high school. A violation of this section is a Class 6 felony. The provisions of this section shall only apply if the qualifying offense was done in the commission of, or as a part of the same course of conduct as, or as part of a common scheme or plan as a violation of (i) subsection A of § 18.2-47 or § 18.2-48, (ii) § 18.2-89, 18.2-90, or 18.2-91, or (iii) § 18.2-51.2.

B. An adult who is convicted of an offense as specified in subsection A of this section and has established a lawful residence shall not be in violation of this section if a child day center or a primary, secondary, or high school is established within 500 feet of his residence subsequent to his conviction.

C. Every adult who is convicted of an offense occurring on or after July 1, 2008, where the offender is more than three years older than the victim, of one of the following qualifying offenses: (i) clause (iii) of subsection A of § 18.2-61, (ii) subdivision A 1 of § 18.2-67.1, or (iii) subdivision A 1 of § 18.2-67.2, shall be forever prohibited from residing within 500 feet of the boundary line of any place he knows is a public park when such park (i) is owned and operated by a county, city or town, (ii) shares a boundary line with a primary, secondary, or high school and (iii) is regularly used for school activities. A violation of this section is a Class 6 felony. The provisions of this section shall only apply if the qualifying offense was done in the commission of, or as a part of the same course of conduct as, or as part of a common scheme or plan as a violation of (i) subsection A of § 18.2-47 or § 18.2-48, (ii) § 18.2-89, 18.2-90, or 18.2-91, or (iii) § 18.2-51.2.

D. An adult who is convicted of an offense as specified in subsection C and has established a lawful residence shall not be in violation of this section if a public park that (i) is owned and operated by a county, city or town, (ii) shares a boundary line with a primary, secondary, or high school, and (iii) is regularly used for school activities, is established within 500 feet of his residence subsequent to his conviction.

VA Code § 18.2-370.4. Sex offenses prohibiting working on school property; penalty.

A. Every adult who has been convicted of an offense occurring on or after July 1, 2006, where the offender is more than three years older than the victim, of one of the following qualifying offenses: (i) clause (iii) of subsection A of § 18.2-61, (ii) subdivision A 1 of § 18.2-67.1, or (iii) subdivision A 1 of § 18.2-67.2, shall be forever prohibited from working or engaging in any volunteer activity on property he knows or has reason to know is public or private elementary or secondary school or child day center property. A violation of this section is punishable as a Class 6 felony. The provisions of this section shall only apply if the qualifying offense was done in the commission of, or as a part of the same course of conduct of, or as part of a common scheme or plan as a violation of (i) subsection A of § 18.2-47 or 18.2-48, (ii) § 18.2-89, 18.2-90, or 18.2-91, or (iii) § 18.2-51.2.

B. An employer of a person who violates this section, or any person who procures volunteer activity by a person who violates this section, and the school or child day center where the violation of this section occurred, are immune from civil liability unless they had actual knowledge that such person had been convicted of an offense listed in subsection A.

VA Code § 18.2-370.5. Sex offenses prohibiting entry onto school property; penalty.

A. Every adult who is convicted of a sexually violent offense, as defined in § 9.1-902, shall be prohibited from entering and being present, during school hours and during school-related and school-sponsored activities, upon any property he knows or has reason to know is a public or private elementary or secondary school or child day center property, unless (i) he is a lawfully registered and qualified voter, and is coming upon such property solely for purposes of casting his vote; (ii) he is a student enrolled at the school; or (iii) he has obtained a court order allowing him to enter and be present upon such property, and is in compliance with terms and conditions of the order. A violation of this section is punishable as a Class 6 felony.

B. Every adult who is prohibited from entering upon school or child day center property pursuant to subsection A may after notice to the attorney for the Commonwealth and either (i) the proprietor of the child day center, (ii) the superintendent of public instruction of the school division in which the school is located, or (iii) the chief administrator of the school if such school is not a public school, petition the juvenile and domestic relations district court or the circuit court in the county or city where the school or child day center is located for permission to enter such property. For good cause shown, the court may issue an order permitting the petitioner to enter and be present on such property, subject to whatever restrictions of area, reasons for being present, or time limits the court deems appropriate.

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