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Mom Convicted for School Tardiness (access required)

The Court of Appeals affirms a mother’s conviction of three counts of failing to send her children to school in violation of Va. Code §§ 22.1-254 and 22.1-263, based on the children’s consistent late attendance on days they had visitation with the mother. The children were tardy 63 percent of the days, from five minutes to ...

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