LEGAL GUIDE
Written by attorney Jean Kathryn Humbrecht | Nov 4, 2018

3 Elements of Malicious Wounding in Virginia

Malicious Wounding in Virginia (Va. Code 18.2-51) is a Class 3 felony and is punished with 5 to 20 years in prison. It is essentially wounding another person with the intent to produce a permanent condition. This legal guide discusses the 3 elements of a Malicious Wounding charge in Virginia.

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