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Malicious Prosecution Guilt Cases Summarized By Injury Attorney

Fairfax Injury Lawyer Brien Roche Summarizes Malicious Prosecution Guilt Cases

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This page within Virginia Tort Case Law is a compilation of cases reported by the Virginia Supreme Court and summarized by Brien Roche dealing with the topic of Malicious Prosecution Guilt.  For more information about malicious prosecution see the pages on Wikipedia.

Malicious Prosecution Guilt-Cases

1964 Wiggs v. Fanner, 205 Va. 149, 135 S.E.2d 829.

Malicious prosecution guilt.Actual guilt of crime is complete defense. Here it was evident that plaintiff had violated ordinance.

1952 Horne v. Bridwell, 193 Va. 381, 68 S.E.2d 535.

It is well settled that one who was in fact guilty of offense charged against him cannot maintain action for malicious prosecution. Proof of actual guilt of person is complete defense regardless of how prosecution terminated.

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