There are millions of avid hunters across the United States, many of them residing here in our home state of Virginia. While hunting is an activity enjoyed by so many, it also carries its own set of rules and regulations. If you have been charged with a hunting violation, it can lead to penalties, license suspension, forfeiture of firearms, and even criminal charges where the death of another human being resulted.
Attorney E. Gordon Peters has been representing individuals and families in the areas of Lynchburg and Blackstone, Virginia for years, and he is ready to help you fight to protect your rights. If you are in the Virginia counties of Amherst, Campbell, Bedford, Nottoway, Prince Edward, or Charlotte, contact E. Gordon Peters, Jr., Attorney at Law today and schedule a consultation.
The Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries regulates the state’s hunting law which can be found in Title 29.1 of the Virginia Code. The law specifies several requirements which hunters must abide by including:
- Hunting only within permissible hours
- Following blaze colored requirements
- Complying with rules for hunting with dogs
- Observing restrictions pertaining to the sale and purchase of legally harvested game species