Virginia Code Title 18.2. Crimes and Offenses Generally § 18.2-513. Definitions

As used in this chapter, the term:

Criminal street gang” shall be as defined in § 18.2-46.1 .

Enterprise” includes any of the following:  sole proprietorship, partnership, corporation, business trust, criminal street gang;  or other group of three or more individuals associated for the purpose of criminal activity.

Proceeds” shall be as defined in § 18.2-246.2 .

Racketeering activity” means to commit, attempt to commit, conspire to commit, or to solicit, coerce, or intimidate another person to commit two or more of the following offenses:  Article 2.1 ( § 18.2-46.1 et seq. ) of Chapter 4 of this title, § 18.2-460 ;  a felony offense of §§ 3.2-4212 , 3.2-4219 , 10.1-1455 , 18.2-31 , 18.2-32 , 18.2-32.1 , 18.2-33 , 18.2-35 , Article 2.2 ( § 18.2-46.4 et seq. ) of Chapter 4 of this title, §§ 18.2-47 , 18.2-48 , 18.2-48.1 , 18.2-49 , 18.2-51 , 18.2-51.2 , 18.2-52 , 18.2-53 , 18.2-55 , 18.2-58 , 18.2-59 , 18.2-77 , 18.2-79 , 18.2-80 , 18.2-89 , 18.2-90 , 18.2-91 , 18.2-92 , 18.2-93 , 18.2-95 , Article 4 ( § 18.2-111 et seq. ) of Chapter 5 of this title, Article 1 ( § 18.2-168 et seq. ) of Chapter 6 of this title, §§ 18.2-178 , 18.2-186 , Article 6 ( § 18.2-191 et seq. ) of Chapter 6 of this title, Article 9 ( § 18.2-246.1 et seq. ) of Chapter 6 of this title, § 18.2-246.13 , Article 1 ( § 18.2-247 et seq. ) of Chapter 7 of this title, §§ 18.2-279 , 18.2-286.1 , 18.2-289 , 18.2-300 , 18.2-308.2 , 18.2-308.2:1 , 18.2-328 , 18.2-348 , 18.2-355 , 18.2-356 , 18.2-357 , 18.2-357.1 , 18.2-368 , 18.2-369 , 18.2-374.1 , Article 8 ( § 18.2-433.1 et seq. ) of Chapter 9 of this title, Article 1 ( § 18.2-434 et seq. ) of Chapter 10 of this title, Article 2 ( § 18.2-438 et seq. ) of Chapter 10 of this title, Article 3 ( § 18.2-446 et seq. ) of Chapter 10 of this title, Article 1.1 ( § 18.2-498.1 et seq. ) of Chapter 12 of this title, § 3.2-6571 , 18.2-516 , 32.1-314 , 58.1-1008.2 , 58.1-1017 , or 58.1-1017.1 ;  or any substantially similar offenses under the laws of any other state, the District of Columbia, the United States or its territories.


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