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Criminal – B&E – Larceny Intent (access required)

With no evidence to show a drunken defendant looked at or took any items from the retail store he broke into by using a metal pole to shatter a glass door, the defendant cannot be convicted of breaking and entering with intent to commit larceny, the Supreme Court of Virginia says, reversing the en banc ...

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