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Tag Archives: Northern Virginia Criminal Defense Lawyer

Fraud in Virginia Part 2

By Simms Showers LLP |

Since there are so many kinds of fraud in Virginia, it is impossible to cover even the tip of the iceberg of common fraud charges in one post. Identity Theft Many people have heard about identity theft. It has become much more common over the recent decade because of the rise of computers and… Read More »

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Virginia Embezzlement Basics

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Embezzlement is a type of larceny, or stealing. However, embezzlement is different than other kinds of theft and Virginia law explicitly separates embezzlement and larceny. A trial memorandum from Henrico County Circuit Court provides that: “The key distinction between embezzlement and larceny is that larceny involves a trespassory taking of property while embezzlement involves… Read More »

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New Criminal Laws in Virginia

By Simms Showers LLP |

On July 1, 2016 hundreds of new laws went into effect in Virginia. Some of these laws may affect you so it is important to be aware of the changes. This article highlights some of the new laws, including the changes to criminal law in Virginia. Criminal Law One of the major changes in… Read More »

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