Code of Virginia - Title 18.2 Crimes And Offenses Generally - Chapter 3 Inchoate Offenses
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- 18.2-22 Conspiracy to commit felony
(a) If any person shall conspire, confederate or combine with another, either within or without this Commonwealth, to commit a felony within this Commonwealth, or ...
- 18.2-23 Conspiring to trespass or commit larceny
A. If any person shall conspire, confederate or combine with another or others in the Commonwealth to go upon or remain upon the lands, buildings ...
- 18.2-23.1 Completed substantive offense bars conviction for conspiracy
Notwithstanding any other provision of this article or of § 18.2-256, in any case where a defendant has been tried and convicted of an act ...
- 18.2-24 Description unavailable
- 18.2-25 Attempts to commit capital offenses; how punished
If any person attempts to commit an offense which is punishable with death, he shall be guilty of a Class 2 felony. (Code 1950, § ...
- 18.2-26 Attempts to commit noncapital felonies; how punished
Every person who attempts to commit an offense which is a noncapital felony shall be punished as follows: (1) If the felony attempted is punishable ...
- 18.2-27 Attempts to commit misdemeanors; how punished
Every person who attempts to commit an offense which is a misdemeanor shall be punishable by the same punishment prescribed for the offense the commission ...
- 18.2-28 Maximum punishment for attempts
Any provision in this article notwithstanding, in no event shall the punishment for an attempt to commit an offense exceed the maximum punishment had the ...
- 18.2-29 Criminal solicitation; penalty
Any person who commands, entreats, or otherwise attempts to persuade another person to commit a felony other than murder, shall be guilty of a Class ...
Last modified: April 3, 2009