LIDS DNA Sample TRACKING

 

Offenses requiring a DNA sample upon arrest
(effective 1/1/03)
(click on the code to view the Code of Virginia)

Code Description
Violent Felonies
18.2-18 Principal in the second degree or accessory before the fact to any violent felony (use the appropriate code section below)
18.2-22 Conspiracy to commit any violent felony (use the appropriate code section below)
18.2-31 Capital murder
18.2-32 First and second degree murder
18.2-32.1 Murder of a pregnant woman
18.2-33 Felony murder
18.2-35 Voluntary manslaughter
18.2-40 Lynching by mob
18.2-41 Unlawful or malicious wounding by mob
18.2-47 Abduction and kidnapping
18.2-48 Abduction with intent to extort money or for immoral purpose
18.2-48.1 Abduction by a prisoner
18.2-49 Threatening, attempting or assisting in abduction
18.2-49.1 Withholding child out of state in violation of custody or visitation order
18.2-51 Malicious wounding or malicious bodily injury
18.2-51.1 Malicious wounding or malicious bodily injury to a law enforcement officer or firefighter
18.2-51.2 Aggravated malicious wounding or aggravated malicious bodily injury
18.2-52 Malicious bodily injury by means of a caustic substance
18.2-52.1 Possession of infectious biological substances or radiological agents
18.2-54.1 Administering or attempting to administer poison with intent to kill or injure another person
18.2-54.2 Adulterating food, drink, drugs, cosmetics, etc. with intent to kill or injure
18.2-58 Robbery
18.2-58.1 Carjacking
18.2-61 Rape
18.2-63 Carnal knowledge of a child between 13 and 15 years of age
18.2-64.1 Carnal knowledge of certain minors
18.2-64.2 Carnal knowledge of an inmate, parolee, probationer, detainee or pre or posttrial offender
18.2-67.1 Forcible sodomy
18.2-67.2 Object sexual penetration
18.2-67.2:1 Marital sexual assault
18.2-67.3 Aggravated sexual battery
18.2-67.4:1 Infected sexual battery
18.2-67.5 Attempted rape, attempted forcible sodomy, attempted object sexual penetration, or attempted aggravated sexual battery
18.2-67.5:1 Third offense sexual battery (18.2-67.4), attempted sexual battery (18.2-67.5(C)), consensual intercourse with a child (18.2-371), or indecent exposure (18.2-387) in a ten year period
18.2-77 Arson of an occupied structure
18.2-79 Burning or destroying of occupied meeting house, etc.
Burglaries
18.2-89 Burglary
18.2-90 Entering dwelling house, etc. with intent to commit murder, rape or robbery
18.2-91 Entering dwelling house, etc. with intent to commit larceny, assault & battery or other felony
18.2-92 Breaking and entering dwelling house with intent to commit other misdemeanor