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Criminal – Larceny – False Pretenses – False Rehab Claim (access required)

A defendant who received services from the Virginia Department of Rehabilitative Services after he said he was paralyzed from a minor traffic accident, but who was seen as not paralyzed during a routine activity check, is guilty of larceny by false pretenses, the Court of Appeals says. Defendant pursued claims for injuries following a minor traffic ...

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