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Virginia Sexual Assault Parental Right Terminated Attorney Prince William County

Virginia Sexual Assault Parental Right Terminated Attorney Prince William County

Termination of father’s parental rights, after he was convicted of the felony sexual assault on a minor, was affirmed because there was clear and convincing evidence that termination was in his daughter’s best interest.

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Virginia Violent Subsequent Felony Sexual Assault Child 18.2-67.5:2 Punishment Fairfax Richmond Beach Lynchburg Fredericksburg Manassas Lawyers Attorneys

Virginia Violent Subsequent Felony Sexual Assault Defense

If you have been charged with violent subsequent felony sexual assault in Virginia, contact the SRIS Law Group Virginia violent subsequent felony sexual assault defense lawyers for help.

Our Virginia violent subsequent felony sexual assault attorneys have the knowledge, experience and skills necessary to defend you against a violent subsequent felony sexual assault charge in Virginia.

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

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The following is the Virginia Code for violent subsequent felony sexual assault:

VA Code § 18.2-67.5:2. Punishment upon conviction of certain subsequent felony <a href='http://srislawyer.com/virginia-sex-crime-laws/virginia-sentences-sexual-assault-fairfax-lawyers-violation-code-18-2-67-3/' title="sexual assault Lawyer In VA”>sexual assault.

A. Any person convicted of (i) more than one offense specified in subsection B or (ii) one of the offenses specified in subsection B of this section and one of the offenses specified in subsection B of § 18.2-67.5:3 when such offenses were not part of a common act, transaction or scheme, and who has been at liberty as defined in § 53.1-151 between each conviction shall, upon conviction of the second or subsequent such offense, be sentenced to the maximum term authorized by statute for such offense, and shall not have all or any part of such sentence suspended, provided it is admitted, or found by the jury or judge before whom the person is tried, that he has been previously convicted of at least one of the specified offenses.

B. The provisions of subsection A shall apply to felony convictions for:

1. Carnal knowledge of a child between thirteen and fifteen years of age in violation of § 18.2-63 when the offense is committed by a person over the age of eighteen;

2. Carnal knowledge of certain minors in violation of § 18.2-64.1;

3. Aggravated sexual battery in violation of § 18.2-67.3;

4. Crimes against nature in violation of subsection B of § 18.2-361;

5. Adultery or fornication with one’s own child or grandchild in violation of § 18.2-366;

6. Taking indecent liberties with a child in violation of § 18.2-370 or § 18.2-370.1; or

7. Conspiracy to commit any offense listed in subdivisions 1 through 6 pursuant to § 18.2-22.

C. For purposes of this section, prior convictions shall include (i) adult convictions for felonies under the laws of any state or the United States that are substantially similar to those listed in subsection B and (ii) findings of not innocent, adjudications or convictions in the case of a juvenile if the juvenile offense is substantially similar to those listed in subsection B, the offense would be a felony if committed by an adult in the Commonwealth and the offense was committed less than twenty years before the second offense.

The Commonwealth shall notify the defendant in writing, at least thirty days prior to trial, of its intention to seek punishment pursuant to this section.

VA Code § 18.2-67.5:3. Punishment upon conviction of certain subsequent violent felony sexual assault.

A. Any person convicted of more than one offense specified in subsection B, when such offenses were not part of a common act, transaction or scheme, and who has been at liberty as defined in § 53.1-151 between each conviction shall, upon conviction of the second or subsequent such offense, be sentenced to life imprisonment and shall not have all or any portion of the sentence suspended, provided it is admitted, or found by the jury or judge before whom he is tried, that he has been previously convicted of at least one of the specified offenses.

B. The provisions of subsection A shall apply to convictions for:

1. Rape in violation of § 18.2-61;

2. Forcible sodomy in violation of § 18.2-67.1;

3. Object sexual penetration in violation of § 18.2-67.2;

4. Abduction with intent to defile in violation of § 18.2-48; or

5. Conspiracy to commit any offense listed in subdivisions 1 through 4 pursuant to § 18.2-22.

C. For purposes of this section, prior convictions shall include (i) adult convictions for felonies under the laws of any state or the United States that are substantially similar to those listed in subsection B and (ii) findings of not innocent, adjudications or convictions in the case of a juvenile if the juvenile offense is substantially similar to those listed in subsection B, the offense would be a felony if committed by an adult in the Commonwealth and the offense was committed less than twenty years before the second offense.

The Commonwealth shall notify the defendant in the indictment, information, or warrant, at least thirty days prior to trial, of its intention to seek punishment pursuant to this section.

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