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Virginia Criminal Statutes


In General

§ 18.2-10. Punishment for conviction of felony; penalty.
§ 18.2-11. Punishment for conviction of misdemeanor.
§ 18.2-12. Same; where no punishment or maximum punishment prescribed.
§ 18.2-12.1. Mandatory minimum punishment; definition.
§ 18.2-13. Same; by reference.
§ 18.2-14. How unclassified offenses punished.
§ 18.2-15. Place of punishment.
§ 18.2-16. How common-law offenses punished.
§ 18.2-17. When capital punishment inflicted.

Principals and Accessories

§ 18.2-18. How principals in second degree and accessories before the fact punished.
§ 18.2-19. How accessories after the fact punished; certain exceptions.
§ 18.2-21. When and where accessories tried; how indicted.
§ 18.2-22. Conspiracy to commit felony.
§ 18.2-23. Conspiring to trespass or commit larceny.
§ 18.2-23.1. Completed substantive offense bars conviction for conspiracy.
§ 18.2-25. Attempts to commit capital offenses; how punished.
§ 18.2-26. Attempts to commit noncapital felonies; how punished.
§ 18.2-27. Attempts to commit misdemeanors; how punished.
§ 18.2-28. Maximum punishment for attempts.
§ 18.2-29. Criminal solicitation; penalty.

Crimes Against The Person

§ 18.2-30. Murder and manslaughter declared felonies.
§ 18.2-31. Capital murder defined; punishment.
§ 18.2-32. First and second degree murder defined; punishment.
§ 18.2-32.1. Murder of a pregnant woman; penalty.
§ 18.2-32.2. Killing a fetus; penalty.
§ 18.2-32.3. Human infant; independent and separate existence.
§ 18.2-33. Felony homicide defined; punishment.
§ 18.2-35. How voluntary manslaughter punished.
§ 18.2-36. How involuntary manslaughter punished.
§ 18.2-36.1. Certain conduct punishable as involuntary manslaughter.
§ 18.2-36.2. Involuntary manslaughter; operating a watercraft while under the influence; penalties.
§ 18.2-37. How and where homicide prosecuted and punished if death occur without the Commonwealth.
§ 18.2-38. “Mob” defined.
§ 18.2-39. “Lynching” defined.
§ 18.2-40. Lynching deemed murder.
§ 18.2-41. Shooting, stabbing, etc., with intent to maim, kill, etc., by mob.
§ 18.2-42. Assault or battery by mob.
§ 18.2-42.1. Acts of violence by mob.
§ 18.2-43. Apprehension and prosecution of participants in lynching.
§ 18.2-44. Civil liability for lynching.
§ 18.2-45. Persons suffering death from mob attempting to lynch another person.
§ 18.2-46. Venue.
§ 18.2-46.1. Definitions.
§ 18.2-46.2. Prohibited criminal street gang participation; penalty.
§ 18.2-46.3. Recruitment of persons for criminal street gang; penalty.
§ 18.2-46.3:1. Third or subsequent conviction of criminal street gang crimes.
§ 18.2-46.3:2. Forfeiture.
§ 18.2-46.3:3. Enhanced punishment for gang activity taking place in a gang-free zone; penalties.
§ 18.2-46.4. Definitions.
§ 18.2-46.5. Committing, conspiring and aiding and abetting acts of terrorism prohibited; penalty.
§ 18.2-46.6. Possession, manufacture, distribution, etc. of weapon of terrorism or hoax device prohibited; penalty.
§ 18.2-46.7. Act of bioterrorism against agricultural crops or animals; penalty.
§ 18.2-46.8. Venue.
§ 18.2-46.10. Violation of sections within article separate and distinct offenses.
§ 18.2-47. Abduction and kidnapping defined; punishment.
§ 18.2-48. Abduction with intent to extort money or for immoral purpose.
§ 18.2-48.1. Abduction by prisoners or committed persons; penalty.
§ 18.2-49. Threatening, attempting or assisting in such abduction.
§ 18.2-49.1. Violation of court order regarding custody and visitation; penalty. (Parental Kidnapping)
§ 18.2-50. Disclosure of information and assistance to law-enforcement officers required.
§ 18.2-50.2. Emergency control of telephone service in hostage or barricaded person situation.
§ 18.2-51. Shooting, stabbing, etc., with intent to maim, kill, etc.
§ 18.2-51.1. Malicious bodily injury to law-enforcement officers, firefighters, search and rescue personnel, or emergency medical service providers; penalty; lesser-included offense.
§ 18.2-51.2. Aggravated malicious wounding; penalty.
§ 18.2-51.3. Prohibition against reckless endangerment of others by throwing objects from places higher than one story; penalty.
§ 18.2-51.4. Maiming, etc., of another resulting from driving while intoxicated.
§ 18.2-51.5. Maiming, etc., of another resulting from operating a watercraft while intoxicated; penalty.
§ 18.2-51.6. Strangulation of another; penalty.
§ 18.2-52. Malicious bodily injury by means of any caustic substance or agent or use of any explosive or fire.
§ 18.2-52.1. Possession of infectious biological substances or radiological agents; penalties.
§ 18.2-53. Shooting, etc., in committing or attempting a felony.
§ 18.2-53.1. Use or display of firearm in committing felony.
§ 18.2-54. Conviction of lesser offenses under certain indictments.
§ 18.2-54.1. Attempts to poison.
§ 18.2-54.2. Adulteration of food, drink, drugs, cosmetics, etc.; penalty.
§ 18.2-55. Bodily injuries caused by prisoners, state juvenile probationers and state and local adult probationers or adult parolees.
§ 18.2-55.1. Hazing of youth gang members unlawful; criminal liability.
§ 18.2-56. Hazing unlawful; civil and criminal liability; duty of school, etc., officials.
§ 18.2-56.1. Reckless handling of firearms; reckless handling while hunting.
§ 18.2-56.2. Allowing access to firearms by children; penalty.
§ 18.2-57. Assault and battery.
§ 18.2-57.01. Pointing laser at law-enforcement officer unlawful; penalty.
§ 18.2-57.02. Disarming a law-enforcement or correctional officer; penalty.
§ 18.2-57.2. Assault and battery against a family or household member; penalty.
§ 18.2-57.3. Persons charged with first offense of assault and battery against a family or household member may be placed on local community-based probation; conditions; education and treatment programs; costs and fees; violations; discharge.
§ 18.2-57.4. Reporting findings of assault and battery to military family advocacy representatives.
§ 18.2-58. Robbery; how punished.
§ 18.2-58.1. Carjacking; penalty.
§ 18.2-59. Extortion of money, property or pecuniary benefit.
§ 18.2-60. Threats of death or bodily injury to a person or member of his family; threats to commit serious bodily harm to persons on school property; penalty.
§ 18.2-60.1. Threatening the Governor or his immediate family.
§ 18.2-60.2. Members of the Governor’s immediate family.
§ 18.2-60.3. Stalking; penalty.
§ 18.2-60.4. Violation of protective orders; penalty.
§ 18.2-60.5. Unauthorized use of electronic tracking device; penalty.
§ 18.2-61. Rape.
§ 18.2-62. Testing of certain persons for human immunodeficiency virus or hepatitis B or C viruses.
§ 18.2-63. Carnal knowledge of child between thirteen and fifteen years of age.
§ 18.2-63.1. Death of victim.
§ 18.2-64.1. Carnal knowledge of certain minors.
§ 18.2-64.2. Carnal knowledge of an inmate, parolee, probationer, detainee, or pretrial or posttrial offender; penalty.
§ 18.2-67. Depositions of complaining witnesses in cases of criminal sexual assault and attempted criminal sexual assault.
§ 18.2-67.1. Forcible sodomy.
§ 18.2-67.2. Object sexual penetration; penalty.
§ 18.2-67.3. Aggravated sexual battery; penalty.
§ 18.2-67.4. Sexual battery.
§ 18.2-67.4:1. Infected sexual battery; penalty.
§ 18.2-67.4:2. Sexual abuse of a child under 15 years of age; penalty.
§ 18.2-67.5. Attempted rape, forcible sodomy, object sexual penetration, aggravated sexual battery, and sexual battery.
§ 18.2-67.5:1. Punishment upon conviction of third misdemeanor offense.
§ 18.2-67.5:2. Punishment upon conviction of certain subsequent felony sexual assault.
§ 18.2-67.5:3. Punishment upon conviction of certain subsequent violent felony sexual assault.
§ 18.2-67.6. Proof of physical resistance not required.
§ 18.2-67.7. Admission of evidence (Supreme Court Rule 2:412 derived from this section).
§ 18.2-67.8. Closed preliminary hearings.
§ 18.2-67.9. Testimony by child victims and witnesses using two-way closed-circuit television.
§ 18.2-67.10. General definitions.
§ 18.2-71. Producing abortion or miscarriage, etc.; penalty.
§ 18.2-71.1. Partial birth infanticide; penalty.
§ 18.2-72. When abortion lawful during first trimester of pregnancy.
§ 18.2-73. When abortion lawful during second trimester of pregnancy.
§ 18.2-74. When abortion or termination of pregnancy lawful after second trimester of pregnancy.
§ 18.2-74.1. Abortion, etc., when necessary to save life of woman.
§ 18.2-75. Conscience clause.
§ 18.2-76. Informed written consent required; civil penalty.
§ 18.2-76.1. Encouraging or promoting abortion.

Crimes Against Property

§ 18.2-77. Burning or destroying dwelling house, etc. (Arson).
§ 18.2-78. What not deemed dwelling house.
§ 18.2-79. Burning or destroying meeting house, etc.
§ 18.2-80. Burning or destroying any other building or structure.
§ 18.2-81. Burning or destroying personal property, standing grain, etc.
§ 18.2-82. Burning building or structure while in such building or structure with intent to commit felony.
§ 18.2-83. Threats to bomb or damage buildings or means of transportation; false information as to danger to such buildings, etc.; punishment; venue.
§ 18.2-84. Causing, inciting, etc., commission of act proscribed by § 18.2-83.
§ 18.2-85. Manufacture, possession, use, etc., of fire bombs or explosive materials or devices; penalties.
§ 18.2-86. Setting fire to woods, fences, grass, etc.
§ 18.2-87. Setting woods, etc., on fire intentionally whereby another is damaged or jeopardized.
§ 18.2-87.1. Setting off chemical bombs capable of producing smoke in certain public buildings.
§ 18.2-88. Carelessly damaging property by fire.
§ 18.2-89. Burglary; how punished.
§ 18.2-90. Entering dwelling house, etc., with intent to commit murder, rape, robbery or arson; penalty.
§ 18.2-91. Entering dwelling house, etc., with intent to commit larceny, assault and battery or other felony.
§ 18.2-92. Breaking and entering dwelling house with intent to commit other misdemeanor.
§ 18.2-93. Entering bank, armed, with intent to commit larceny.
§ 18.2-94. Possession of burglarious tools, etc.
§ 18.2-95. Grand larceny defined; how punished.
§ 18.2-96. Petit larceny defined; how punished.
§ 18.2-96.1. Identification of certain personalty.
§ 18.2-97. Larceny of certain animals and poultry.
§ 18.2-97.1. Removal of a transmitting device; penalty.
§ 18.2-98. Larceny of bank notes, checks, etc., or any book of accounts.
§ 18.2-99. Larceny of things fixed to the freehold.
§ 18.2-100. Removal of crop by tenant before rents and advances are satisfied.
§ 18.2-101. Selling, etc., of goods distrained or levied on.
§ 18.2-102. Unauthorized use of animal, aircraft, vehicle or boat; consent; accessories or accomplices.
§ 18.2-102.1. Removal of shopping cart from store premises.
§ 18.2-102.2. Unauthorized use of dairy milk cases or milk crates; penalty.
§ 18.2-103. Concealing or taking possession of merchandise; altering price tags; transferring goods from one container to another; counseling, etc., another in performance of such acts.
§ 18.2-104. Punishment for conviction of misdemeanor larceny.
§ 18.2-104.1. Liability upon conviction under § 18.2-103.
§ 18.2-105.1. Detention of suspected shoplifter.
§ 18.2-105.2. Manufacture, sale, etc., of devices to shield against electronic detection of shoplifting prohibited; penalty.
§ 18.2-106. “Agents of the merchant” defined.
§ 18.2-107. Theft or destruction of public records by others than officers.
§ 18.2-108. Receiving, etc., stolen goods.
§ 18.2-108.01. Larceny with intent to sell or distribute; sale of stolen property; penalty.
§ 18.2-108.1. Receipt of stolen firearm.
§ 18.2-109. Receipt or transfer of possession of stolen vehicle, aircraft or boat.
§ 18.2-111. Embezzlement deemed larceny; indictment.
§ 18.2-111.2. Failure to pay withheld child support; embezzlement.
§ 18.2-112. Embezzlement by officers, etc., of public or other funds; default in paying over funds evidence of guilt.
§ 18.2-112.1. Misuse of public assets; penalty.
§ 18.2-113. Fraudulent entries, etc., in accounts by officers or clerks of financial institutions, joint stock companies or corporations; penalty.
§ 18.2-114.1. When collection of money by commissioner, etc., larceny.
§ 18.2-115. Fraudulent conversion or removal of property subject to lien or title to which is in another.
§ 18.2-115.1. Unlawful sublease of a motor vehicle; penalty.
§ 18.2-116. Failure to pay for or return goods delivered for selection or approval.
§ 18.2-117. Failure of bailee to return animal, aircraft, vehicle or boat.
§ 18.2-118. Fraudulent conversion or removal of leased personal property.
§ 18.2-119. Trespass after having been forbidden to do so; penalties.
§ 18.2-119.1. Validity of signs forbidding trespass; penalty.
§ 18.2-120. Instigating, etc., such trespass by others; preventing service to persons not forbidden to trespass.
§ 18.2-121. Entering property of another for purpose of damaging it, etc.
§ 18.2-121.1. Permitting certain animals to run at large.
§ 18.2-121.2. Trespass by spotlight on agricultural land.
§ 18.2-124. Jurisdiction over offenses committed in Capitol Square.
§ 18.2-125. Trespass at night upon any cemetery.
§ 18.2-126. Violation of sepulture; defilement of a dead human body; penalties.
§ 18.2-127. Injuries to churches, church property, cemeteries, burial grounds, etc.; penalty.
§ 18.2-128. Trespass upon church or school property.
§ 18.2-130. Peeping or spying into dwelling or enclosure.
§ 18.2-131. Trespass upon licensed shooting preserve.
§ 18.2-132. Trespass by hunters and fishers.
§ 18.2-133. Refusal of person on land, etc., of another to identify himself.
§ 18.2-134. Trespass on posted property.
§ 18.2-134.1. Method of posting lands.
§ 18.2-135. Destruction of posted signs; posting land of another.
§ 18.2-136. Right of certain hunters to go on lands of another; carrying firearms or bows and arrows prohibited.
§ 18.2-136.1. Enforcement of §§ 18.2-131 through 18.2-135.
§ 18.2-137. Injuring, etc., any property, monument, etc.
§ 18.2-138. Damaging public buildings, etc.; penalty.
§ 18.2-139. Injuries to trees, fences or herbage on grounds of Capitol, or in any public square.
§ 18.2-140. Destruction of trees, shrubs, etc.
§ 18.2-141. Cutting or destroying trees; carrying axe, saw, etc., while hunting.
§ 18.2-143. Pulling down fences or leaving open gates.
§ 18.2-144. Maiming, killing or poisoning animals, fowl, etc.
§ 18.2-144.1. Prohibition against killing or injuring police animals; penalty.
§ 18.2-144.2. Prohibition against making a false representation of ownership of an animal to an animal shelter or pound; penalty.
§ 18.2-145. Protection of homing pigeons.
§ 18.2-145.1. Damaging or destroying research farm product; penalty; restitution.
§ 18.2-146. Breaking, injuring, defacing, destroying or preventing the operation of vehicle, aircraft or boat.
§ 18.2-147. Entering or setting in motion, vehicle, aircraft, boat, locomotive or rolling stock of railroad; exceptions.
§ 18.2-147.1. Breaking and entering into railroad cars, motortrucks, aircraft, etc., or pipeline systems.
§ 18.2-147.2. Devices for puncturing motor vehicle tires.
§ 18.2-148. Bona fide repossession under lien.
§ 18.2-149. Injury to hired animal, aircraft, vehicle or boat.
§ 18.2-150. Willfully destroying vessel, etc.
§ 18.2-151. Opening or carrying away pumps, etc., used for dispensing gasoline, etc.
§ 18.2-152. Stealing from or tampering with parking meter, vending machine, pay telephone, etc.
§ 18.2-152.1. Short title.
§ 18.2-152.2. Definitions; computer crimes.
§ 18.2-152.3. Computer fraud; penalty.

Crimes Involving Fraud

§ 18.2-168. Forging public records, etc.
§ 18.2-169. Forging, or keeping an instrument for forging, a seal.
§ 18.2-170. Forging coin or bank notes.
§ 18.2-171. Making or having anything designed for forging any writing, etc.
§ 18.2-172. Forging, uttering, etc., other writings.
§ 18.2-172.1. Falsifying or altering and fraudulently using transcripts or diplomas; penalty.
§ 18.2-172.2. Maliciously affixing another’s signature to writing; penalty.
§ 18.2-173. Having in possession forged coin or bank notes.
§ 18.2-174. Impersonating law-enforcement officer; penalty.
§ 18.2-174.1. Impersonating certain public safety personnel; penalty.
§ 18.2-175. Unlawful wearing of officer’s uniform or insignia; unlawful use of vehicle with word “police” shown thereon.
§ 18.2-176. Unauthorized wearing or displaying on motor vehicles of any button, insignia or emblem of certain associations or societies or of Southern Cross of Honor.
§ 18.2-177. Illegal use of insignia.
§ 18.2-178. Obtaining money or signature, etc., by false pretense.
§ 18.2-178.1. Financial exploitation of mentally incapacitated persons; penalty.
§ 18.2-179. Unlawful operation of coin box telephone, parking meter, vending machine, etc.
§ 18.2-180. Manufacture, etc., of slugs, etc., for such unlawful use.
§ 18.2-181. Issuing bad checks, etc., larceny.
§ 18.2-181.1. Issuance of bad checks.
§ 18.2-182. Issuing bad checks on behalf of business firm or corporation in payment of wages; penalty.
§ 18.2-182.1. Issuing bad checks in payment of taxes.
§ 18.2-183. Issuance of bad check prima facie evidence of intent and knowledge; notice by certified or registered mail.
§ 18.2-184. Presumption as to notation attached to check, draft or order.
§ 18.2-185. Evidence and presumptions in malicious prosecution actions after issuance of bad check.
§ 18.2-186. False statements to obtain property or credit.
§ 18.2-186.2. False statements or failure to disclose material facts in order to obtain aid or benefits under any local, state or federal housing assistance program.
§ 18.2-186.3. Identity theft; penalty; restitution; victim assistance.
§ 18.2-186.3:1. Identity fraud; consumer reporting agencies; police reports.
§ 18.2-186.4. Use of a person’s identity with the intent to coerce, intimidate, or harass; penalty.
§ 18.2-186.4:1. Internet publication of personal information of certain public officials.
§ 18.2-186.5. Expungement of false identity information from police and court records; Identity Theft Passport.
§ 18.2-186.6. Breach of personal information notification.
§ 18.2-187.1. Obtaining or attempting to obtain oil, electric, gas, water, telephone, telegraph, cable television or electronic communication service without payment; penalty; civil liability.
§ 18.2-187.2. Audiovisual recording of motion pictures unlawful; penalty.
§ 18.2-188. Defrauding hotels, motels, campgrounds, boardinghouses, etc.
§ 18.2-188.1. Defrauding person having a lien on an animal; penalty.
§ 18.2-189. Defrauding keeper of motor vehicles or watercraft.
§ 18.2-190. Fraudulent misrepresentation as to breed of bull or cattle.
§ 18.2-190.1. Definitions.
§ 18.2-190.2. Possession of an unlawful electronic communication device or equipment etc., used to manufacture such device; penalty.
§ 18.2-190.3. Sale of an unlawful electronic communication device; penalty.
§ 18.2-190.4. Manufacture of an unlawful electronic communication device; penalty.
§ 18.2-190.5. Separate offenses; penalty.
§ 18.2-190.6. Restitution.
§ 18.2-190.8. Civil relief; damages.
§ 18.2-191. Definitions.
§ 18.2-192. Credit card theft.
§ 18.2-193. Credit card forgery.
§ 18.2-194. Unauthorized possession of two or more signed credit cards or credit card numbers.
§ 18.2-195. Credit card fraud; conspiracy; penalties.
§ 18.2-195.1. Credit card factoring.
§ 18.2-195.2. Fraudulent application for credit card; penalties.
§ 18.2-196. Criminal possession of credit card forgery devices.
§ 18.2-196.1. Unlawful use of payment card scanning devices and re-encoders; penalty.
§ 18.2-197. Criminally receiving goods and services fraudulently obtained.
§ 18.2-198. Obtaining airline, railroad, steamship, etc., ticket at discount price.
§ 18.2-198.1. Venue.
§ 18.2-199. Penalties for violation of article.
§ 18.2-200. Failure to perform promise to deliver crop, etc., in return for advances.
§ 18.2-200.1. Failure to perform promise for construction, etc., in return for advances.
§ 18.2-201. Advances secured by fraudulent promise to perform agricultural labor.
§ 18.2-204. False statement for the purpose of defrauding industrial sick benefit company.
§ 18.2-204.1. Fraudulent use of birth certificates, etc.; penalty.
§ 18.2-204.2. Manufacture, sale, etc., or possession of fictitious, facsimile or simulated official license or identification; penalty.
§ 18.2-204.3. Transfers for the sole or primary purpose of obtaining a lower unemployment tax rate; penalty.
§ 18.2-205. False pretense in obtaining registration of cattle and other animals and giving false pedigree.
§ 18.2-206. Procuring an animal, aircraft, vehicle or boat with intent to defraud.
§ 18.2-207. Making false entry, etc., in marriage register, etc.
§ 18.2-208. Making false statement, etc., for marriage record, etc.
§ 18.2-209. False publications.
§ 18.2-209.1. Penalties for false certificate or failure to give bond.
§ 18.2-209.2. Failure of clerk to give notice of appointment of special commissioner to collect purchase money or rent.
§ 18.2-210. Stamping, etc., on newspapers, any word, etc., to cause belief it was done by publisher; circulating such newspapers.
§ 18.2-212. Calling or summoning ambulance or fire-fighting apparatus without just cause; maliciously activating fire alarms in public buildings; venue.
§ 18.2-212.1. Unlawful for person not blind or incapacitated to carry white, white tipped with red or metallic cane.
§ 18.2-213. Simulation of warrants, processes, writs and notices.
§ 18.2-213.1. Obtaining certification as small, women-owned, or minority-owned business, or disadvantaged business by deception; penalty.
§ 18.2-213.2. Filing false lien or encumbrance against another.
§ 18.2-214. Changing or removing, etc., trademarks, identification marks, etc.
§ 18.2-214.1. Penalties for failure to report removal or alteration of identification or serial number on business machines.
§ 18.2-215. Removal or alteration of identification numbers on household electrical appliances; possession of such appliances.
§ 18.2-216. Untrue, deceptive or misleading advertising, inducements, writings or documents.
§ 18.2-216.1. Unauthorized use of name or picture of any person; punishment.
§ 18.2-217. Advertising merchandise, etc., for sale with intent not to sell at price or terms advertised; prima facie evidence of violation.
§ 18.2-218. Failure to indicate goods, etc., are “seconds,” “irregulars,” “secondhand,” etc.
§ 18.2-220. Use of word “wholesale” or “wholesaler”.
§ 18.2-221. Advertising new or used automobiles or trucks.
§ 18.2-222. Misrepresentation as to source of merchandise; penalty.
§ 18.2-223. “Going out of business” sales; permit required.
§ 18.2-224. “Going out of business” sales; counties, cities and towns to issue permits; inspections; application for permit; inventory required; commingling of other goods prohibited; duration; additional permits; inclusion of permit number and dates in advertisements; fee.
§ 18.2-225. Misrepresentations as to agricultural products.
§ 18.2-226. Fraud and misrepresentation in sale of liquid fuels, lubricating oils and similar products.
§ 18.2-227. Same; sale from pump indicating other brand.
§ 18.2-228. Same; imitating indicia of other brands.
§ 18.2-229. Same; false trade name or mixing brands.
§ 18.2-230. Same; assisting in violation of §§ 18.2-226 through 18.2-229.
§ 18.2-231. Same; label required.
§ 18.2-232. Same; punishment for violation of §§ 18.2-226 through 18.2-231.
§ 18.2-233. Sale of goods marked “sterling” and “sterling silver.”.
§ 18.2-234. Sale of goods marked “coin” and “coin silver.”.
§ 18.2-235. Regulating sale of merchandise made of gold.
§ 18.2-237. Buying, etc., certain secondhand materials; intent; possession.
§ 18.2-238. Buying, etc., pig iron, etc., with intent to defraud; possession; evidence of intent.
§ 18.2-239. Pyramid promotional schemes; misdemeanor; definitions; contracts void.
§ 18.2-240. Same; injunction.
§ 18.2-241. Acceptance of promissory notes in payment for food sold at retail.
§ 18.2-242. Use of games, lotteries, etc., for promoting sale of certain products.
§ 18.2-242.1. Certain referral transactions in connection with consumer sales or leases prohibited; effect of such transactions.
§ 18.2-243. When issuer or distributor of advertisements not guilty of violation; inadvertent error.
§ 18.2-244. Right to select clientele or customers not affected.
§ 18.2-245. Enjoining violation of this article.
§ 18.2-246. Penalty in general for violations.
§ 18.2-246.1. Title.
§ 18.2-246.2. Definitions.
§ 18.2-246.3. Money laundering; penalties.
§ 18.2-246.5. Forfeiture of business license or registration upon conviction of sale or distribution of imitation controlled substance; money laundering.
§ 18.2-246.6. Definitions.
§ 18.2-246.7. Requirements for delivery sales.
§ 18.2-246.8. Age verification requirements.
§ 18.2-246.9. Disclosure requirements.
§ 18.2-246.10. Shipping requirements.
§ 18.2-246.11. Registration and reporting requirements.
§ 18.2-246.12. Collection of taxes.
§ 18.2-246.13. Civil penalties; penalties.
§ 18.2-246.14. Counterfeit cigarettes; penalty; civil penalty.
§ 18.2-246.15. Enforcement.

Crimes Involving Health & Safety

§ 18.2-247. Use of terms “controlled substances,” “marijuana,” “Schedules I, II, III, IV, V and VI,” “imitation controlled substance” and “counterfeit controlled substance” in Title 18.2.
§ 18.2-248. Manufacturing, selling, giving, distributing, or possessing with intent to manufacture, sell, give, or distribute a controlled substance or an imitation controlled substance prohibited; penalties.
§ 18.2-248.01. Transporting controlled substances into the Commonwealth; penalty.
§ 18.2-248.02. Allowing a minor or incapacitated person to be present during manufacture or attempted manufacture of methamphetamine prohibited; penalties.
§ 18.2-248.03. Manufacturing, selling, giving, distributing, or possessing with intent to manufacture, sell, give, or distribute methamphetamine; penalty.
§ 18.2-248.04. Methamphetamine Cleanup Fund established.
§ 18.2-248.1. Penalties for sale, gift, distribution or possession with intent to sell, give or distribute marijuana.
§ 18.2-248.1:1. Penalties for possession, sale, gift, or distribution of or possession with intent to sell, give, or distribute synthetic cannabinoids; manufacturing.
§ 18.2-248.3. Professional use of imitation controlled substances.
§ 18.2-248.4. Advertisement of imitation controlled substances prohibited; penalty.
§ 18.2-248.5. Illegal stimulants and steroids; penalty.
§ 18.2-250. Possession of controlled substances unlawful.
§ 18.2-250.1. Possession of marijuana unlawful.
§ 18.2-251. Persons charged with first offense may be placed on probation; conditions; substance abuse screening, assessment treatment and education programs or services; drug tests; costs and fees; violations; discharge.
§ 18.2-251.01. Substance abuse screening and assessment for felony convictions.
§ 18.2-251.02. Drug Offender Assessment and Treatment Fund.
§ 18.2-251.1. Possession or distribution of marijuana for medical purposes permitted.
§ 18.2-251.2. Possession and distribution of flunitrazepam; enhanced penalty.
§ 18.2-251.3. Possession and distribution of gamma-butyrolactone; 1, 4-butanediol; enhanced penalty.
§ 18.2-251.4. Defeating drug and alcohol screening tests; penalty.
§ 18.2-252. Suspended sentence conditioned upon substance abuse screening, assessment, testing, and treatment or education.
§ 18.2-254. Commitment of convicted person for treatment for substance abuse.
§ 18.2-254.1. Drug Treatment Court Act.
§ 18.2-255. Distribution of certain drugs to persons under 18 prohibited; penalty.
§ 18.2-255.1. Distribution, sale or display of printed material advertising instruments for use in administering marijuana, synthetic cannabinoids, or controlled substances to minors; penalty.
§ 18.2-255.2. Prohibiting the sale or manufacture of drugs on or near certain properties; penalty.
§ 18.2-256. Conspiracy.
§ 18.2-257. Attempts.
§ 18.2-258. Certain premises deemed common nuisance; penalty.
§ 18.2-258.01. Enjoining nuisances involving illegal drug transactions.
§ 18.2-258.02. Maintaining a fortified drug house; penalty.
§ 18.2-258.1. Obtaining drugs, procuring administration of controlled substances, etc., by fraud, deceit or forgery.
§ 18.2-258.2. Assisting individuals in unlawfully procuring prescription drugs; penalty.
§ 18.2-259. Penalties to be in addition to civil or administrative sanctions.
§ 18.2-259.1. Forfeiture of driver’s license for violations of article.
§ 18.2-260. Prescribing, dispensing, etc., drug except as authorized in article and Drug Control Act; violations for which no penalty provided.
§ 18.2-260.1. Falsifying patient records.
§ 18.2-261. Monetary penalty.
§ 18.2-262. Witnesses not excused from testifying or producing evidence because of self-incrimination.
§ 18.2-263. Unnecessary to negative exception, etc.; burden of proof of exception, etc.
§ 18.2-264. Inhaling drugs or other noxious chemical substances or causing, etc., others to do so.
§ 18.2-265.1. Definition.
§ 18.2-265.2. Evidence to be considered in cases under this article.
§ 18.2-265.3. Penalties for sale, etc., of drug paraphernalia.
§ 18.2-265.5. Advertisement of drug paraphernalia prohibited; penalty.
§ 18.2-265.7. Sale of the methamphetamine precursors ephedrine or related compounds; penalty.
§ 18.2-265.8. Real-time electronic recording of sales of ephedrine or related compounds; memorandum of understanding.
§ 18.2-265.9. Stop sales alerts; interruption of electronic system.
§ 18.2-265.10. Exemption from participation in electronic system; requirement to maintain log.
§ 18.2-265.11. Exemption from participation in electronic system and maintenance of a written log.
§ 18.2-265.12. Authority to access data, records, and reports.
§ 18.2-265.13. Confidentiality of data in possession of Department.
§ 18.2-265.14. Prohibition on disclosure of information by entity operating the system.
§ 18.2-265.15. Prohibition on disclosure of information by pharmacy or retail distributor; civil immunity.
§ 18.2-265.16. Compliance with statutory provisions; civil immunity.
§ 18.2-265.17. Exemption of information systems from provisions related to the Virginia Information Technologies Agency.
§ 18.2-265.18. Failure to report certain sales; penalty.
§ 18.2-266. Driving motor vehicle, engine, etc., while intoxicated, etc.
§ 18.2-266.1. Persons under age 21 driving after illegally consuming alcohol; penalty.
§ 18.2-267. Preliminary analysis of breath to determine alcoholic content of blood.
§ 18.2-268.1. Chemical testing to determine alcohol or drug content of blood; definitions.
§ 18.2-268.2. Implied consent to post-arrest testing to determine drug or alcohol content of blood.
§ 18.2-268.3. Refusal of tests; penalties; procedures.
§ 18.2-268.4. Trial and appeal for refusal.
§ 18.2-268.5. Qualifications and liability of persons authorized to take blood sample; procedure for taking samples.
§ 18.2-268.6. Transmission of blood samples.
§ 18.2-268.7. Transmission of blood test samples; use as evidence.
§ 18.2-268.8. Fees.
§ 18.2-268.9. Assurance of breath-test validity; use of breath-test results as evidence.
§ 18.2-268.10. Evidence of violation of driving under the influence offenses.
§ 18.2-268.11. Substantial compliance.
§ 18.2-268.12. Ordinances.
§ 18.2-269. Presumptions from alcohol or drug content of blood.
§ 18.2-270. Penalty for driving while intoxicated; subsequent offense; prior conviction.
§ 18.2-270.01. Multiple offenders; payment to Trauma Center Fund.
§ 18.2-270.1. Ignition interlock systems; penalty.
§ 18.2-270.2. Ignition interlock system; certification by Commission on VASAP; regulations; sale or lease; monitoring use; reports.
§ 18.2-271. Forfeiture of driver’s license for driving while intoxicated.
§ 18.2-271.1. Probation, education and rehabilitation of person charged or convicted; person convicted under law of another state.
§ 18.2-271.2. Commission on VASAP; purpose; membership; terms; meetings; staffing; compensation and expenses; chairman’s executive summary.
§ 18.2-271.4. Oath of office.
§ 18.2-272. Driving after forfeiture of license.
§ 18.2-273. Report of conviction to Department of Motor Vehicles.
§ 18.2-279. Discharging firearms or missiles within or at building or dwelling house; penalty.
§ 18.2-280. Willfully discharging firearms in public places.
§ 18.2-281. Setting spring gun or other deadly weapon.
§ 18.2-282. Pointing, holding, or brandishing firearm, air or gas operated weapon or object similar in appearance; penalty.
§ 18.2-282.1. Brandishing a machete or other bladed weapon with intent to intimidate; penalty.
§ 18.2-283. Carrying dangerous weapon to place of religious worship.
§ 18.2-283.1. Carrying weapon into courthouse.
§ 18.2-284. Selling or giving toy firearms.
§ 18.2-285. Hunting with firearms while under influence of intoxicant or narcotic drug; penalty.
§ 18.2-286. Shooting in or across road or in street.
§ 18.2-286.1. Shooting from vehicles so as to endanger persons; penalty.
§ 18.2-287.01. Carrying weapon in air carrier airport terminal.
§ 18.2-287.2. Wearing of body armor while committing a crime; penalty.
§ 18.2-287.4. Carrying loaded firearms in public areas prohibited; penalty.
§ 18.2-288. Definitions.
§ 18.2-289. Use of machine gun for crime of violence.
§ 18.2-290. Use of machine gun for aggressive purpose.
§ 18.2-291. What constitutes aggressive purpose.
§ 18.2-292. Presence prima facie evidence of use.
§ 18.2-293. What article does not apply to.
§ 18.2-293.1. What article does not prohibit.
§ 18.2-294. Manufacturer’s and dealer’s register; inspection of stock.
§ 18.2-295. Registration of machine guns.
§ 18.2-296. Search warrants for machine guns.
§ 18.2-297. How article construed.
§ 18.2-298. Short title of article.
§ 18.2-299. Definitions.
§ 18.2-300. Possession or use of “sawed-off” shotgun or rifle.
§ 18.2-303. What article does not apply to.
§ 18.2-303.1. What article does not prohibit.
§ 18.2-304. Manufacturer’s and dealer’s register; inspection of stock.
§ 18.2-306. Search warrants for “sawed-off” shotguns and rifles; confiscation and destruction.
§ 18.2-307. Short title of article.
§ 18.2-307.1. Definitions.
§ 18.2-308. Personal protection; carrying concealed weapons; when lawful to carry; penalty.
§ 18.2-308.01. Carrying a concealed handgun with a permit.
§ 18.2-308.02. Application for a concealed handgun permit; Virginia resident or domiciliary.
§ 18.2-308.03. Fees for concealed handgun permits.
§ 18.2-308.04. Processing of the application and issuance of a concealed handgun permit.
§ 18.2-308.05. Issuance of a de facto permit.
§ 18.2-308.06. Nonresident concealed handgun permits.
§ 18.2-308.07. Entry of information into the Virginia Criminal Information Network.
§ 18.2-308.08. Denial of a concealed handgun permit; appeal.
§ 18.2-308.09. Disqualifications for a concealed handgun permit.
§ 18.2-308.010. Renewal of concealed handgun permit.
 § 18.2-308.011. Replacement permits.
§ 18.2-308.012. Prohibited conduct.
§ 18.2-308.013. Suspension or revocation of permit.
§ 18.2-308.014. Reciprocity.
§ 18.2-308.015. Inclusion of Supreme Court website on application.
§ 18.2-308.1. Possession of firearm, stun weapon, or other weapon on school property prohibited.
§ 18.2-308.1:1. Purchase, possession or transportation of firearms by persons acquitted by reason of insanity; penalty.
§ 18.2-308.1:2. Purchase, possession or transportation of firearm by persons adjudicated legally incompetent or mentally incapacitated; penalty.
§ 18.2-308.1:3. Purchase, possession or transportation of firearm by persons involuntarily admitted or ordered to outpatient treatment; penalty.
§ 18.2-308.1:4. Purchase or transportation of firearm by persons subject to protective orders; penalty.
§ 18.2-308.1:5. Purchase or transportation of firearm by persons convicted of certain drug offenses prohibited.
§ 18.2-308.2. Possession or transportation of firearms, firearms ammunition, stun weapons, explosives or concealed weapons by convicted felons; penalties; petition for permit; when issued.
§ 18.2-308.2:01. Possession or transportation of certain firearms by certain persons.
§ 18.2-308.2:1. Prohibiting the selling, etc., of firearms to certain persons.
§ 18.2-308.2:2. Criminal history record information check required for the transfer of certain firearms.
§ 18.2-308.2:3. Criminal background check required for employees of a gun dealer to transfer firearms; exemptions; penalties.
§ 18.2-308.3. Use or attempted use of restricted ammunition in commission or attempted commission of crimes prohibited; penalty.
§ 18.2-308.4. Possession of firearms while in possession of certain substances.
§ 18.2-308.5. Manufacture, import, sale, transfer or possession of plastic firearm prohibited.
§ 18.2-308.7. Possession or transportation of certain firearms by persons under the age of 18; penalty.
§ 18.2-308.8. Importation, sale, possession or transfer of Striker 12’s prohibited; penalty.
§ 18.2-309. Furnishing certain weapons to minors; penalty.
§ 18.2-311. Prohibiting the selling or having in possession blackjacks, etc.
§ 18.2-311.1. Removing, altering, etc., serial number or other identification on firearm.
§ 18.2-311.2. Third conviction of firearm offenses; penalty.
§ 18.2-312. Illegal use of tear gas, phosgene and other gases.
§ 18.2-313. Handling or using snakes so as to endanger human life or health.
§ 18.2-313.1. Withholding information about possibly rabid animal; penalty.
§ 18.2-313.2. Introduction of snakehead fish or zebra mussel; penalty.
§ 18.2-314. Failing to secure medical attention for injured child.
§ 18.2-316. Duty of persons causing well or pit to be dug to fill it before abandonment.
§ 18.2-317. Covers to be kept on certain wells.
§ 18.2-318. Authority of counties, cities and towns to require and regulate well covers.
§ 18.2-319. Discarding or abandoning iceboxes, etc.; precautions required.
§ 18.2-320. Sale, etc., of plastic bags; warning required.
§ 18.2-321. Using X ray, fluoroscope, etc., in the fitting of footwear.
§ 18.2-322. Expectorating in public places.
§ 18.2-323. Leaving disabled or dead animal in road, or allowing dead animal to remain unburied.
§ 18.2-323.01. Prohibition against disposal of dead body; penalty.
§ 18.2-323.02. Prohibition against concealment of dead body; penalty.
§ 18.2-323.1. Drinking while operating a motor vehicle; possession of open container while operating a motor vehicle and presumption; penalty.
§ 18.2-324. Throwing or depositing certain substances upon highway; removal of such substances.
§ 18.2-324.1. Punishment for violation of §§ 55-298.1 through 55-298.5, relating to electric fences.

Crimes Involving Morals & Decency

§ 18.2-325. Definitions.
§ 18.2-326. Penalty for illegal gambling.
§ 18.2-327. Winning by fraud; penalty.
§ 18.2-328. Conducting illegal gambling operation; penalties.
§ 18.2-329. Owners, etc., of gambling place permitting its continuance; penalty.
§ 18.2-330. Accessories to gambling activity; penalty.
§ 18.2-331. Illegal possession, etc., of gambling device; penalty.
§ 18.2-332. Certain acts not deemed “consideration” in prosecution under this article.
§ 18.2-333. Exceptions to article; certain sporting events.
§ 18.2-334. Exception to article; private residences.
§ 18.2-334.2. Same; bingo games, raffles and duck races conducted by certain organizations.
§ 18.2-334.3. Exemptions to article; state lottery.
§ 18.2-334.4. Exemptions to article; pari-mutuel wagering.
§ 18.2-337. Immunity of witnesses from prosecution.
§ 18.2-338. Enforcement of § 18.2-331 by Governor and Attorney General.
§ 18.2-339. Enjoining offenses relating to gambling.
§ 18.2-340. County ordinances prohibiting illegal gambling.
§ 18.2-340.15. State control of charitable gaming.
§ 18.2-340.16. Definitions.
§ 18.2-340.18. Powers and duties of the Department.
§ 18.2-340.19. Regulations of the Board.
§ 18.2-340.20. Denial, suspension or revocation of permit; hearings and appeals.
§ 18.2-340.22. Only raffles, bingo, network bingo, and instant bingo games permitted; prizes not gaming contracts.
§ 18.2-340.23. Organizations exempt from certain permits and fees.
§ 18.2-340.24. Eligibility for permit; exceptions; where valid.
§ 18.2-340.25. Permit required; application fee; form of application.
§ 18.2-340.26. Sale of raffle tickets; drawings.
§ 18.2-340.26:1. Sale of instant bingo, pull tabs or seal cards; proceeds not counted as gross receipts.
§ 18.2-340.26:2. Sale of instant bingo, pull tabs, or seal cards by certain booster clubs.
§ 18.2-340.27. Conduct of bingo games; special permits.
§ 18.2-340.28. Conduct of instant bingo, network bingo, pull tabs and seal cards.
§ 18.2-340.28:1. Conduct of network bingo.
§ 18.2-340.29. Joint operation of bingo games; written reports; joint permit required.
§ 18.2-340.30. Reports of gross receipts and disbursements required; form of reports; failure to file.
§ 18.2-340.31. Audit of reports; exemption; audit and administration fee.
§ 18.2-340.33. Prohibited practices.
§ 18.2-340.34. Suppliers of charitable gaming supplies; manufacturers of electronic games of chance systems; permit; qualification; suspension, revocation or refusal to renew certificate; maintenance, production, and release of records.
§ 18.2-340.34:1. Bingo managers and callers; remuneration; registration; qualification; suspension, revocation or refusal to renew certificate; exceptions.
§ 18.2-340.34:2. Licensing of network bingo providers; qualification; suspension, revocation, or refusal to renew license; maintenance, production, and release of records.
§ 18.2-340.35. Assistance from Department of State Police.
§ 18.2-340.36. Suspension of permit.
§ 18.2-340.37. Criminal penalties.
§ 18.2-344. Fornication.
§ 18.2-346. Prostitution; commercial sexual conduct; commercial exploitation of a minor; penalties.
§ 18.2-346.1. Testing of convicted prostitutes and injection drug users for infection with human immunodeficiency viruses and hepatitis C; limited disclosure.
§ 18.2-347. Keeping, residing in or frequenting a bawdy place; “bawdy place” defined.
§ 18.2-348. Aiding prostitution or illicit sexual intercourse.
§ 18.2-349. Using vehicles to promote prostitution or unlawful sexual intercourse.
§ 18.2-350. Confinement of convicted prostitutes and persons violating §§ 18.2-347 through 18.2-349.
§ 18.2-355. Taking, detaining, etc., person for prostitution, etc., or consenting thereto.
§ 18.2-356. Receiving money for procuring person.
§ 18.2-357. Receiving money from earnings of male or female prostitute.
§ 18.2-359. Venue for criminal sexual assault or where any person transported for criminal sexual assault, attempted criminal sexual assault, or purposes of unlawful sexual intercourse, crimes against nature, and indecent liberties with children; venue for such crimes when coupled with a violent felony.
§ 18.2-360. Competency of persons to testify in prosecutions under §§ 18.2-355 through 18.2-361.
§ 18.2-361. Crimes against nature; penalty.
§ 18.2-362. Person marrying when husband or wife is living; penalty; venue.
§ 18.2-363. Leaving Commonwealth to evade law against bigamy.
§ 18.2-364. Exceptions to preceding sections.
§ 18.2-365. Adultery defined; penalty.
§ 18.2-366. Adultery and fornication by persons forbidden to marry; incest.
§ 18.2-368. Placing or leaving wife for prostitution.
§ 18.2-369. Abuse and neglect of incapacitated adults; penalty.
§ 18.2-370. Taking indecent liberties with children; penalties.
§ 18.2-370.01. Indecent liberties by children; penalty.
§ 18.2-370.1. Taking indecent liberties with child by person in custodial or supervisory relationship; penalties.
§ 18.2-370.2. Sex offenses prohibiting proximity to children; penalty.
§ 18.2-370.3. Sex offenses prohibiting residing in proximity to children; penalty.
§ 18.2-370.4. Sex offenses prohibiting working on school property; penalty.
§ 18.2-370.5. Sex offenses prohibiting entry onto school or other property; penalty.
§ 18.2-370.6. Penetration of mouth of child with lascivious intent; penalty.
§ 18.2-371. Causing or encouraging acts rendering children delinquent, abused, etc.; penalty; abandoned infant.
§ 18.2-371.1. Abuse and neglect of children; penalty; abandoned infant.
§ 18.2-371.2. Prohibiting purchase or possession of tobacco products by minors or sale of tobacco products to minors.
§ 18.2-371.3. Tattooing or body piercing of minors.
§ 18.2-371.4. Prohibiting the sale of novelty lighters to juveniles.
§ 18.2-372. “Obscene” defined.
§ 18.2-373. Obscene items enumerated.
§ 18.2-374. Production, publication, sale, possession, etc., of obscene items.
§ 18.2-374.1. Production, publication, sale, financing, etc., of child pornography; presumption as to age; severability.
§ 18.2-374.1:1. Possession, reproduction, distribution, solicitation, and facilitation of child pornography; penalty.
§ 18.2-374.3. Use of communications systems to facilitate certain offenses involving children.
§ 18.2-374.4. Display of child pornography or grooming video or materials to a child unlawful; penalty.
§ 18.2-375. Obscene exhibitions and performances.
§ 18.2-376. Advertising, etc., obscene items, exhibitions or performances.
§ 18.2-376.1. Enhanced penalties for using a computer in certain violations.
§ 18.2-377. Placards, posters, bills, etc.
§ 18.2-378. Coercing acceptance of obscene articles or publications.
§ 18.2-379. Employing or permitting minor to assist in offense under article.
§ 18.2-380. Punishment for first offense.
§ 18.2-381. Punishment for subsequent offenses; additional penalty for owner.
§ 18.2-382. Photographs, slides and motion pictures.
§ 18.2-383. Exceptions to application of article.
§ 18.2-384. Proceeding against book alleged to be obscene.
§ 18.2-385. Section 18.2-384 applicable to motion picture films.
§ 18.2-386. Showing previews of certain motion pictures.
§ 18.2-386.1. Unlawful filming, videotaping or photographing of another; penalty.
§ 18.2-387. Indecent exposure.
§ 18.2-387.1. Obscene sexual display; penalty.
§ 18.2-388. Profane swearing and intoxication in public; penalty; transportation of public inebriates to detoxification center.
§ 18.2-390. Definitions.
§ 18.2-391. Unlawful acts; penalties.
§ 18.2-391.1. Exceptions to application of article.
§ 18.2-403.1. Offenses involving animals – Class 1 misdemeanors.
§ 18.2-403.2. Offenses involving animals – Class 3 misdemeanors.
§ 18.2-403.3. Offenses involving animals – Class 4 misdemeanors.
§ 18.2-403.4. Unauthorized release of animals; penalty.

Crimes Against Peace & Order

§ 18.2-404. Obstructing free passage of others.
§ 18.2-405. What constitutes a riot; punishment.
§ 18.2-406. What constitutes an unlawful assembly; punishment.
§ 18.2-407. Remaining at place of riot or unlawful assembly after warning to disperse.
§ 18.2-408. Conspiracy; incitement, etc., to riot.
§ 18.2-409. Resisting or obstructing execution of legal process.
§ 18.2-410. Power of Governor to summon law-enforcement agencies, national guard, etc., to execute process or preserve the peace.
§ 18.2-411. Dispersal of unlawful or riotous assemblies; duties of officers.
§ 18.2-412. Immunity of officers and others in quelling a riot or unlawful assembly.
§ 18.2-413. Commission of certain offenses in county, city or town declared by Governor to be in state of riot or insurrection.
§ 18.2-414. Injury to property or persons by persons unlawfully or riotously assembled.
§ 18.2-414.1. Obstructing members of rescue squad in performance of mission; penalty.
§ 18.2-414.2. Crossing established police lines, perimeters or barricades.
§ 18.2-415. Disorderly conduct in public places.
§ 18.2-416. Punishment for using abusive language to another.
§ 18.2-417. Slander and libel.
§ 18.2-418. Declaration of policy.
§ 18.2-419. Picketing or disrupting tranquility of home.
§ 18.2-420. “Clandestine organization” defined.
§ 18.2-421. Information to be filed by clandestine organization with State Corporation Commission.
§ 18.2-422. Prohibition of wearing of masks in certain places; exceptions.
§ 18.2-423. Burning cross on property of another or public place with intent to intimidate; penalty; prima facie evidence of intent.
§ 18.2-423.01. Burning object on property of another or a highway or other public place with intent to intimidate; penalty.
§ 18.2-423.1. Placing swastika on certain property with intent to intimidate; penalty; prima facie evidence of intent.
§ 18.2-423.2. Displaying noose on property of another or a highway or other public place with intent to intimidate; penalty.
§ 18.2-426. “Emergency call” and “emergency personnel” defined.
§ 18.2-427. Use of profane, threatening, or indecent language over public airways or by other methods.
§ 18.2-428. Giving certain false information to another by telephone.
§ 18.2-429. Causing telephone or pager to ring with intent to annoy.
§ 18.2-430. Venue for offenses under this article.
§ 18.2-431. Duty of telephone companies; notices in directories.
§ 18.2-431.1. Illegal conveyance or possession of cellular telephone by prisoner or committed person; penalty.
§ 18.2-433.1. Definitions.
§ 18.2-433.2. Paramilitary activity prohibited.
§ 18.2-433.3. Exceptions.

Crimes Against the Administration of Justice

§ 18.2-434. What deemed perjury; punishment and penalty.
§ 18.2-435. Giving conflicting testimony on separate occasions as to same matter; indictment; sufficiency of evidence.
§ 18.2-436. Inducing another to give false testimony; sufficiency of evidence.
§ 18.2-437. Immunity of witnesses.
§ 18.2-438. Bribes to officers or candidates for office.
§ 18.2-439. Acceptance of bribe by officer or candidate.
§ 18.2-440. Bribes to officers to prevent service of process.
§ 18.2-441. Giving bribes to, or receiving bribes by, commissioners, jurors, etc.
§ 18.2-441.1. Bribery of witnesses.
§ 18.2-442. Bribery of participants in games, contests or sports.
§ 18.2-443. Solicitation or acceptance of bribes by participants or by managers, coaches or trainers.
§ 18.2-444. Corruptly influencing, or being influenced as, agents, etc.
§ 18.2-444.2. Giving or accepting a fee or gift for purposes of influencing decisions of financial institution.
§ 18.2-445. Immunity of witnesses.
§ 18.2-446. Definitions.
§ 18.2-447. When person guilty of bribery.
§ 18.2-448. Certain matters not to constitute defenses.
§ 18.2-449. Punishment.
§ 18.2-450. Immunity of witnesses.
§ 18.2-451. Definitions; application and construction of article.
§ 18.2-452. Barratry unlawful.
§ 18.2-453. Aiders and abettors.
§ 18.2-454. Enjoining barratry.
§ 18.2-455. Unprofessional conduct; revocation of license.
§ 18.2-456. Cases in which courts and judges may punish summarily for contempt.
§ 18.2-457. Fine and imprisonment by court limited unless jury impaneled.
§ 18.2-458. Power of judge of district court to punish for contempt.
§ 18.2-459. Appeal from sentence of such judge.
§ 18.2-460. Obstructing justice; penalty.
§ 18.2-460.1. Unlawful disclosure of existence of order authorizing wire or oral interception of communication.
§ 18.2-461. Falsely summoning or giving false reports to law-enforcement officials.
§ 18.2-462. Concealing or compounding offenses; penalties.
§ 18.2-462.1. Use of police radio during commission of crime.
§ 18.2-463. Refusal to aid officer in execution of his office.
§ 18.2-464. Failure to obey order of conservator of the peace.
§ 18.2-465. Officer summoning juror to act impartially.
§ 18.2-465.1. Penalizing employee for court appearance or service on jury panel.
§ 18.2-466. Corruptly procuring juror to be summoned.
§ 18.2-467. Fraud in drawing jurors, etc.
§ 18.2-468. Making sound recordings of jury deliberations.
§ 18.2-469. Officer refusing, delaying, etc., to execute process for criminal.
§ 18.2-470. Extortion by officer.
§ 18.2-471. Fraudulent issue of fee bills.
§ 18.2-471.1. Destruction of human biological evidence; penalty.
§ 18.2-472. False entries or destruction of records by officers.
§ 18.2-472.1. Providing false information or failing to provide registration information; penalty; prima facie evidence.
§ 18.2-473. Persons aiding escape of prisoner or child.
§ 18.2-473.1. Communication with prisoners or committed person; penalty.
§ 18.2-474. Delivery of articles to prisoners or committed person.
§ 18.2-474.1. Delivery of drugs, firearms, explosives, etc., to prisoners or committed persons.
§ 18.2-475. Officers, etc., voluntarily allowing person convicted, charged, or adjudicated delinquent of felony to escape; penalty.
§ 18.2-476. Officers, etc., willfully and deliberately permitting person convicted of, charged with, or adjudicated delinquent of a nonfelonious offense to escape or willfully refusing to receive person; penalty.
§ 18.2-477. Prisoner escaping from jail; how punished.
§ 18.2-477.1. Escapes from juvenile facility; penalty.
§ 18.2-477.2. Punishment for certain offenses committed within a secure juvenile facility or detention home.
§ 18.2-478. Escape from jail or custody by force or violence without setting fire to jail.
§ 18.2-479. Escape without force or violence or setting fire to jail.
§ 18.2-479.1. Resisting arrest; fleeing from a law-enforcement officer; penalty.
§ 18.2-480. Escape, etc., by setting fire to jail.
§ 18.2-480.1. Admissibility of records of Department of Corrections in escape cases.

 

Other Criminal Statutes:

§ 3.2-6570. Cruelty to animals; penalty.