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Trespass – Virginia Law
Trespass – Virginia Law

Trespassing is covered under Virginia Code Section § 18.2-119 and is entitled Trespass after having been forbidden to do so. Trespassing is a class one misdemeanor which carries the potential for 12 months in jail, a $2500 fine, and an order prohibiting you from entering ...

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