I just wanted to know what the scentence would be
I am changing the practice area of your question from Education to Criminal Defense. You should consult with a Virginia criminal defense attorney.
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The outcome of every case depends on a variety of factors including the lawyer handling the case.
If you have not contacted an attorney at this point, you really need to do so. This would be a felony charge for an adult and if the 15 year old is convicted, he will have some lasting ramifications from this conviction. You will need explore this more with an attorney.
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