Strangulation Virginia Laws Penalty 18.2-51.6 Arlington

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Strangulation Virginia Laws Penalty 18.2-51.6 Arlington
Strangulation Virginia Laws Penalty 18.2-51.6 Arlington

Strangulation Defense In Arlington Virginia

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18.2-51.6. Strangulation of another; penalty.

Any person who, without consent, impedes the blood circulation or respiration of another person by knowingly, intentionally, and unlawfully applying pressure to the neck of such person resulting in the wounding or bodily injury of such person is guilty of strangulation, a Class 6 felony.

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Statute

Description

Penalty

Virginia Code  18.2-51.6 Any person is guilty of strangulation, if he,

  1. Without consent,
  2.  Impedes the blood circulation or respiration of another person
  3. By knowingly, intentionally, and unlawfully applying pressure to the neck of such person
  4. Resulting in the wounding or bodily injury of such person
Class 6 felony

Strangulation Defense In Arlington, Virginia

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Courts we cover in Arlington, Virginia

Arlington Circuit Court

1425 North Courthouse Road
Arlington, VA 22201

Arlington General District Court

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Arlington, VA 22201

Arlington Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court

P. O. Box 925
1425 North Courthouse Rd, Ste 4100
Arlington County Justice Center,
Arlington, VA 22216

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