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Criminal – Failure To Appear – Willfulness – Incarceration (access required)

Although defendant claims his failure to appear on breaking and entering charges was not willful because he was arrested when he traveled to New York without permission from his bail bondsman, the Court of Appeals upholds his conviction under Va. Code § 19.1-218(B). We hold evidence in addition to the bare fact of defendant’s incarceration in ...

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