West Virginia Code Chapter 62. Criminal Procedure

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  • Article 1. Preliminary Procedure
  • Article 1A. Search and Seizure
  • Article 1B. Discovery
  • Article 1C. Bail
  • Article 1D. Wiretapping and Electronic Surveillance Act
  • Article 1E. Eyewitness Identification Act
  • Article 1F. Electronic Interception of Person's Conduct or Oral Communications in Home by Law Enforcement
  • Article 1G. Subpoena Powers for Aid of Criminal Investigation Relating to Certain Offenses Against Minors.
  • Article 2. Presentments and Indictments
  • Article 3. Trial of Criminal Cases
  • Article 4. Recovery of Fines in Criminal Cases
  • Article 5. Costs in Criminal Cases
  • Article 6. Miscellaneous Provisions Concerning Criminal Procedure
  • Article 6A. Securing Attendance of Nonresident Witnesses
  • Article 6B. Protection and Preservation of Statements and Testimony of Child Witness
  • Article 7. Execution of Sentences;  Stays
  • Article 8. Crimes by and Proceedings Against Inmates
  • Article 9. Forms of Indictments
  • Article 10. Prevention of Crime
  • Article 11. Fresh Pursuit
  • Article 11A. Release for Work and Other Purposes
  • Article 11B. Home Incarceration Act
  • Article 11C. The West Virginia Community Corrections Act
  • Article 11D. Heightened Examination and Supervision for Certain Sex Offenders
  • Article 11F. Pretrial Release Programs
  • Article 12. Probation and Parole
  • Article 13. Corrections Management
  • Article 14. Agreement on Detainers
  • Article 15. Drug Offender Accountability and Treatment Act
  • Article 15A. Addiction Treatment Pilot Program

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