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Helmet Convictions Reversed on Label Claim (access required)

A group of motorcycle riders convicted of riding without a proper helmet under Va. Code § 46.2-910 can overturn their convictions because the statute does not require that a helmet carry a label showing compliance with a statutorily recognized standard; however, the Court of Appeals affirms convictions of two riders whose statements indicated they knew ...

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