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Post-Entry Use Supports Burglary Gun Use (access required)

The Court of Appeals rejects defendant’s contention that his burglary was complete before he crossed the threshold of the victim’s home and held a gun to her head, and refuses to reverse his conviction for use of a firearm in the commission of a burglary. Here, in contrast to Rowland v. Commonwealth, 281 Va. 396 (2011), ...

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