Tag Archives: Virginia Larceny Defense

Virginia Felony Grand Larceny Shoplifting Charges REDUCED to Misdemeanor – NO JAIL

VIRGINIA CRIMINAL DEFENSE ATTORNEY RESULT: Felony Grand Larceny Shoplifting (VA Law 18.2-95) and Shoplifting Conspiracy charges plead down to Misdemeanor Petit Larceny (VA Code18.2-96) with no restitution, no fines, and NO ACTIVE JAIL SENTENCE. § 18.2-95. Grand larceny defined; how punished. Any person who (i) commits larceny from the person of another of money or […]

Misdemeanor Larceny Charge DROPPED and Driving Charges Result in NO JAIL in Fairfax Virginia

FAIRFAX VIRGINIA CRIMINAL DEFENSE ATTORNEY CASE RESULT: Class 1 Misdemeanor larceny charge of receiving stolen goods (VA Code 18.2-108) has been DROPPED, while the associated driving / vehicle Class 1 misdemeanor charges of Possessing Vehicle Title Issued to Another (VA Code 46.2-618) and Driving on a Suspended License (VA Code 46.2-301) resulted in NO ACTIVE […]

Felony Grand Larceny Shoplifting Charge REDUCED to a Misdemeanor with NO JAIL Time in Fairfax Virginia

Fairfax County, Virginia: Felony grand larceny shoplifting / concealing charge (VA Code 18.2-103 and 18.2-95) was REDUCED to a Misdemeanor (VA Code 18.2-96) with NO active JAIL TIME (with some other conditions). Read more about Larceny & Shoplifting Law here: Virginia Grand Larceny, Petit Larceny, Shoplifting, Concealment Laws and Defenses

Charge to be DISMISSED: Felony Grand Larceny Shoplifting in Arlington Virginia

Arlington, Virginia: Felony grand larceny shoplifting / concealing charge (VA Code 18.2-103 and 18.2-95) will be DISMISSED after a period of good behavior and completion of community service (with some other minor conditions). Read more about Larceny & Shoplifting Law here: Virginia Grand Larceny, Petit Larceny, Shoplifting, Concealment Laws and Defenses

Felony Grand Larceny Shoplifting Charge REDUCED to a Misdemeanor w/ NO JAIL in Northern Virginia

Northern Virginia: Felony grand larceny shoplifting / concealing charge (VA Code 18.2-103 and 18.2-95) in Loudoun County, Virginia REDUCED to a Misdemeanor (VA Code 18.2-96) with NO active JAIL TIME (with some other conditions). Read more about Larceny & Shoplifting Law here: Virginia Grand Larceny, Petit Larceny, Shoplifting, Concealment Laws and Defenses

Charge to be DISMISSED: Felony Grand Larceny Shoplifting in Fairfax Virginia

Fairfax County, Virginia: Felony grand larceny shoplifting / concealing charge (VA Code 18.2-103 and 18.2-95) will be DISMISSED after completion of an educational program. Read more about Larceny & Shoplifting Law here: Virginia Grand Larceny, Petit Larceny, Shoplifting, Concealment Laws and Defenses

NOT GUILTY of 9 Counts of Felony Credit Card Fraud in Alexandria Virginia

Alexandria, Virginia: Marina Medvin’s client has walked out of the trial courtroom today as a free man after being accused of 9 felonies relating to credit card number theft and fraud. Defendant was found NOT GUILTY and ALL 9 charges were DISMISSED. He was facing charges of credit card theft under VA Code 18.2-192, credit […]

Confession to Felony Embezzlement Charge REDUCED to a Misdemeanor with NO JAIL in Fairfax Virginia

FAIRFAX VIRGINIA CRIMINAL ATTORNEY RESULT: Felony Embezzlement charge (Va. Code 18.2-111) accompanied by a full confession, was REDUCED to a misdemeanor charge, with NO JAIL TIME. Courthouse: Fairfax County General District Court District Court at 4110 Chain Bridge Rd, Fairfax, Virginia. Read more about Embezzlement Law:Embezzlement in Virginia: Felony & Misdemeanor Charges, Penalties & Defenses.

Felony Grand Larceny Shoplifting Charge REDUCED to Misdemeanor with NO JAIL in Alexandria Virginia

Alexandria, Virginia: Felony grand larceny shoplifting / concealing charge (VA Code 18.2-103 and 18.2-95) with evidence of a written confession was reduced to a misdemeanor with no active jail sentence and a community service requirement. Read more about Larceny & Shoplifting Law here: Virginia Grand Larceny, Petit Larceny, Shoplifting, Concealment Laws and Defenses

Felony Receiving Stolen Goods in Fairfax Virginia DISMISSED for Insufficient Evidence

Fairfax, Virginia Criminal Defense Attorney Case Result: Felony Receiving / Buying Stolen Goods (VA Code 18.2-108) was DISMISSED after a preliminary hearing for insufficient evidence. Read more about Larceny & Shoplifting Law here: Virginia Grand Larceny, Petit Larceny, Shoplifting, Concealment Laws and Defenses