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What is Entrapment?
What is Entrapment?

In criminal law, “entrapment” refers to the deliberate tactics a law enforcement officer may use in an effort to trick, manipulate, or persuade a person into committing a criminal offense. In other words, entrapment means being intentionally baited by the police. For ...

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    The purpose of a domestic violence protective order, or “restraining order,” is to protect a person who is suffering from emotional, physical, or ...

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  • Challenging a Protective Order in Virginia

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  • Do I Have to Register as a Virginia Sex Offender Forever?

    When you are convicted of a sex crime in Virginia, not only must you serve a lengthy prison sentence, but you are also required to register as a sex ...

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    Not all states handle sex crime allegations like statutory rape in the same way. While federal laws do not explicitly address statutory rape, each ...

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  • Relief from Sex Offender Registration

    If you have been convicted of a sex crime , you may have been ordered to register the Virginia state sex offender registry. Registration can have ...

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  • Defense Against Date Rape Charges: Everything You Need to Know

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  • What Happens If I Don't Comply with Sex Offender Registration?

    After most any sex crimes conviction in Virginia, the convicted will be ordered to register as a sex offender for a predetermined amount of time. ...

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