If you are referring to an Accord and Satisfaction discharge under Va. Code Section 19.2-151, it is not available for felonies, ONLY for misdemeanors where there could be a remedy in a civil action. You need to consult with an attorney and evaluate your options and possible defenses you may have. Payment of restitution to victim may certainly help the outcome, but I would advise that you confer with a lawyer before you do anything.
I agree with the previous answer, you need to consult with an attorney. It may be possible for the charge to be reduced and disposed of with an accord and satisfaction, but you will need an attorney to negotiate that. As stated in the previous answer, if restitution is paid, it goes a long way.
It is an option if your attorney can get the Commonwealth to amend the charge to a misdemeanor. I doubt the Commonwealth would do this for you if you represented yourself.
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