In Virginia if a knife is "of like kind" and concealed in a locked book bag, covered and obstructed by many other objects, on a person would said knife be considered "readily accessible"?
1 Answer from Attorneys
Arguably, not, but would appear to be a question of
fact for the trier of fact which in this case would likely be a judge
of the local general district court which has jurisdiction over this matter.
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