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Criminal – Escape – ‘Force Or Violence’ – Custody (access required)

Although defendant struggled with an officer attempting to arrest him on a warrant, and fled before the officer got handcuffs on him, defendant was “in custody” and could be convicted of felony escape by force or violence, the Supreme Court of Virginia holds. An individual under arrest is always in custody for purposes of applying ...

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