Virginia Code Title 19.2. Criminal Procedure

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  • Chapter 1. General Provisions
  • Chapter 1.1. Crime Victim and Witness Rights Act
  • Chapter 2. Conservators of the Peace and Special Policemen
  • Chapter 3. Magistrates
  • Chapter 5. Search Warrants
  • Chapter 6. Interception of Wire, Electronic or Oral Communications
  • Chapter 7. Arrest
  • Chapter 8. Extradition of Criminals
  • Chapter 9. Bail and Recognizances
  • Chapter 9.1. Protective Orders
  • Chapter 10. Disability of Judge or Attorney for Commonwealth;  Court-Appointed Counsel;  Interpreters;  Transcripts
  • Chapter 11. Proceedings on Question of Insanity
  • Chapter 11.1. Disposition of Persons Acquitted by Reason of Insanity
  • Chapter 12. Preliminary Hearing
  • Chapter 13. Grand Juries
  • Chapter 14. Presentments, Indictments and Informations
  • Chapter 15. Trial and Its Incidents
  • Chapter 16. Evidence and Witnesses
  • Chapter 17. Convictions;  Effect Thereof
  • Chapter 18. Sentence;  Judgment;  Execution of Sentence
  • Chapter 19. Exceptions and Writs of Error
  • Chapter 19.1. Scientific Analysis of Newly Discovered or Untested Scientific Evidence
  • Chapter 19.2. Issuance of Writ of Actual Innocence
  • Chapter 19.3. Issuance of Writ of Actual Innocence Based on Nonbiological Evidence
  • Chapter 20. Taxation and Allowance of Costs
  • Chapter 21. Recovery of Fines and Penalties
  • Chapter 21.1. Compensating Victims of Crime
  • Chapter 21.2. Profits from Crime
  • Chapter 22.1. Enforcement of Forfeitures
  • Chapter 22.2. Miscellaneous Forfeiture Provisions
  • Chapter 23. Central Criminal Records Exchange
  • Chapter 23.1. Expungement of Criminal Records
  • Chapter 24. Inspection Warrants
  • Chapter 25. Appeals by the Commonwealth

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