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Criminal – Concealing Merchandise – Prior Larceny Conviction (access required)

Although defendant contends the evidence introduced at trial was insufficient to prove he had two prior larceny convictions, his conviction of concealing merchandise, a third or subsequent larceny offense under Va. Code § 18.2-104, is affirmed. Defendant argues that a final conviction order from the Norfolk General District Court memorializing a 1999 conviction for petit larceny, ...

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