Virginia Scanner Law

Original source: Code of Virginia - 2002
Title 18.2 - Crimes and Offenses Generally
Chapter 10 - Crimes Against The Administration of Justice

§ 18.2-462.1. Use  Of  Police  Radio  During  Commission  Of  Crime. --

Any  person  who  has in his possession or who uses a device capable of
receiving a police radio signal, message, or transmission, while in the 
commission  of  a  felony,  is  guilty  of  a  Class  1 misdemeanor.  A 
prosecution  for  or  conviction  of the crime of use or posession of a 
police  radio  is not a bar to conviction for any other crime committed 
while possessing or using the police radio.  (1992, c. 499.)

Retranscribed by: Todd L. Sherman/KB4MHH
Last updated: December 16, 2002.

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