Pornography Richmond Virginia Lawyer Supervisory Relations

Defendant’s Va. Code Ann. § 18.2-370.1 conviction was proper because (1) his supervisory relation with the victim was shown when he implicitly agreed to supervise the child while the child’s mother was away, and (2) his lascivious intent was shown when he touched the victim’s genitals while they were alone and asked if the victim liked pornography.

Pornography Richmond Virginia Lawyer

Pornography Richmond Virginia Lawyer

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