West Virginia Code Chapter 61. Crimes and Their Punishment

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  • Article 1. Crimes Against the Government
  • Article 2. Crimes Against the Person
  • Article 3. Crimes Against Property
  • Article 3A. Shoplifting
  • Article 3B. Trespass
  • Article 3C. West Virginia Computer Crime and Abuse Act
  • Article 3D. Theft of Cable Television Services
  • Article 3E. Offenses Involving Explosives
  • Article 4. Forgery and Crimes Against the Currency
  • Article 5. Crimes Against Public Justice
  • Article 5A. Bribery and Corrupt Practices
  • Article 6. Crimes Against the Peace
  • Article 7. Dangerous Weapons
  • Article 7A. State Mental Health Registry;  Reporting of Persons Proscribed from Firearm Possession Due to Mental Condition to the National Instant Criminal Background Check System;  Legislative Findings;  Definitions;  Reporting Requirements;  Reinstatement of Rights Procedures
  • Article 8. Crimes Against Chastity, Morality and Decency
  • Article 8A. Preparation, Distribution or Exhibition of Obscene Matter to Minors
  • Article 8B. Sexual Offenses
  • Article 8C. Filming of Sexually Explicit Conduct of Minors
  • Article 8D. Child Abuse
  • Article 8E. Display of Video Ratings or Lack Thereof
  • Article 9. Equitable Remedies in Aid of Chastity, Morality and Decency
  • Article 10. Crimes Against Public Policy
  • Article 11. General Provisions Concerning Crimes
  • Article 11A. Victim Protection Act of 1984
  • Article 12. Postmortem Examinations
  • Article 12A. Fatality and Mortality Review Team
  • Article 13. Anti-Organized Criminal Enterprise Act

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