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Criminal – Driving After HO Order – Prior Conviction (access required)

The Court of Appeals rejects defendant’s claim that the trial court erred in using a prior conviction for driving as an habitual offender under the Danville City Code to enhance his habitual offender punishment under Va. Code §§ 46.2-357 for driving as an habitual offender, second offense. Specifically, defendant claims the HO statute does not permit ...

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