Kimberly Bolinskey Lynchburg Virginia Attorney

Kimberly Bolinskey is an attorney in the Lynchburg client meeting location of SRIS, P.C.  Ms. Bolinskey assists clients primarily in the following areas:  Traffic Matters,  including Speeding infractions, Reckless Driving, Driving on Suspended Operator’s License, and  DUI;  Criminal Law matters such as Breaking and Entering, Drug Possession, Larceny, Assault and Battery, and Sex Offenses; as…

Virginia Evidence Absence Rape Attorney Fairfax County

Defendant could not be convicted as accessory to rape in the absence of evidence that principal committed rape. Innocent agent rule was antithetical to construction that rape required penetration of female sexual organ by perpetrator’s sexual organ. Prosecution of Child Pornography is on the rise in Virginia Frequently, innocent possession or receipts of images are…

Virginia Rape Forcible Sodomy Convicted Lawyers Richmond City

Defendant was properly convicted of attempted rape and forcible sodomy because sexual battery was not a lesser-included offense of both crimes and defendant was not entitled to a jury instruction on sexual battery as a lesser-included offense. Prosecution of Child Pornography is on the rise in Virginia Frequently, innocent possession or receipts of images are…

Virginia Assault Rape Conviction Attorney Stafford County

Conviction of defendants for assault with intent to commit rape upon young girl was proper because if fact regarding particulars of time, place, and circumstances of conversation could have been shown, a witness would have been introduced. Prosecution of Child Pornography is on the rise in Virginia Frequently, innocent possession or receipts of images are…

Virginia Sex Offender Treatment Probation Violation Lawyers Richmond County

A trial court did not err in finding that defendant violated his probation by refusing to admit that he committed the charged crime during court-ordered sex offender treatment because defendant’s Alford plea did not contain an implicit promise that he would never be required to admit his guilt. Prosecution of Child Pornography is on the…

Virginia Sex Violation Conviction Attorney Loudoun County

Defendant was required to register as a sex offender pursuant to Va. Code Ann. § 9.1-902(B)(1) after he was convicted of nine violations of Va. Code Ann. § 18.2-386.1 because he had accumulated at least three convictions of § 18.2-386.1 and the contemporaneousness of his convictions was not a bar to enforcement of the registration…