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Refusal to Answer ‘Hindered’ Deputy (access required)

A woman’s refusal to answer any questions and cursing at a deputy who responded to a domestic assault complaint called in by her father and also possibly involving her boyfriend, supported her conviction under Loudoun County Ordinance 645.09 for “hindering” the officer in the performance of his duties, and the Court of Appeals affirms her ...

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