Bill would mandate five-year sentence

Bill would mandate five-year sentence

There are 4 comments on the Southwest Times story from Jan 17, 2011, titled Bill would mandate five-year sentence. In it, Southwest Times reports that:

Adults convicted of allowing children to be in the presence of methamphetamine labs will have to serve a mandatory five years in prison if legislation filed by a local delegate passes the Virginia General Assembly.

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Jeb

Westminster, MD

#1 Jan 17, 2011
honestly I think it should be more time than that
Twisted Angel

Charlottesville, VA

#2 Dec 27, 2015
Did this pass?
J_Langdon

Charlottesville, VA

#3 Dec 27, 2015
I think a similar law should apply to adults who allow children access to firearms resulting in a discharge.
Sandra

Keswick, VA

#4 Dec 27, 2015
J_Langdon wrote:
I think a similar law should apply to adults who allow children access to firearms resulting in a discharge.
Yu shouldn't think so much. It will give u a headache. In that bill they should require that all high school students complete a gun safety course before graduation.

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