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Chapter 62     Entire Code


ARTICLE 1. PRELIMINARY PROCEDURE.

ARTICLE 1A. SEARCH AND SEIZURE.

ARTICLE 1C. BAIL.

ARTICLE 1D. WIRETAPPING AND ELECTRONIC SURVEILLANCE ACT.

ARTICLE 1E. EYEWITNESS IDENTIFICATION ACT.

ARTICLE 1F. ELECTRONIC INTERCEPTION OF PERSON\'S CONDUCT OR ORAL COMMUNICATIONS IN HOME BY LAW ENFORCEMENT.

ARTICLE 1G. SUBPOENA POWERS FOR AID OF CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION RELATING TO CERTAIN OFFENSES AGAINST MINORS.

ARTICLE 2. PRESENTMENTS AND INDICTMENTS.

ARTICLE 3. TRIAL OF CRIMINAL CASES.

ARTICLE 4. RECOVERY OF FINES IN CRIMINAL CASES.

ARTICLE 5. COSTS IN CRIMINAL CASES.

ARTICLE 6. MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS CONCERNING CRIMINAL PROCEDURES.

ARTICLE 6A. SECURING ATTENDANCE OF NONRESIDENT WITNESSES.

ARTICLE 6B. PROTECTION AND PRESERVATION OF STATEMENTS AND TESTIMONY OF CHILD WITNESS.

ARTICLE 7. EXECUTION OF SENTENCES; STAYS.

ARTICLE 8. CRIMES BY AND PROCEEDINGS AGAINST INMATES.

ARTICLE 9. FORMS OF INDICTMENTS.

ARTICLE 10. PREVENTION OF CRIME.

ARTICLE 11. FRESH PURSUIT.

ARTICLE 11A. RELEASE FOR WORK AND OTHER PURPOSES.

ARTICLE 11B. HOME INCARCERATION ACT.

ARTICLE 11C. THE WEST VIRGINIA COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS ACT.

ARTICLE 11D. HEIGHTENED EXAMINATION AND SUPERVISION FOR CERTAIN SEX OFFENDERS.

ARTICLE 11E. SEXUALLY VIOLENT PREDATOR MANAGEMENT TASK FORCE.

ARTICLE 11F. PRETRIAL RELEASE PROGRAMS.

ARTICLE 12. PROBATION AND PAROLE.

ARTICLE 13. CORRECTIONS MANAGEMENT.

ARTICLE 14. AGREEMENT ON DETAINERS.

ARTICLE 14A. EXTRADITION.

ARTICLE 15. DRUG OFFENDER ACCOUNTABILITY AND TREATMENT ACT.

ARTICLE 15A. ADDICTION TREATMENT PILOT PROGRAM.

ARTICLE 16. THE MILITARY SERVICE MEMBERS COURT ACT.

ARTICLE 1B. DISCOVERY.

§62-1B-1. Bill of particulars.

The court for cause may direct the prosecuting attorney to file a bill of particulars. A bill of particulars may be amended at any time subject to such conditions as justice requires.

§62-1B-2. Defendant's statements; reports of examinations and tests; defendant's books, papers and tangible objects.

Upon motion of a defendant the court may order the prosecuting attorney to permit the defendant to examine and copy or photograph any relevant (1) written or recorded statements or confessions made by the defendant, or copies thereof, which are known by the prosecuting attorney to be within the possession, custody or control of the state, (2) results or reports of physical or mental examinations, and of scientific tests or experiments made in connection with the particular case, or copies thereof, which are known by the prosecuting attorney to be within the possession, custody or control of the state, and (3) books, papers, or tangible objects belonging to or seized from the defendant which are known by the prosecuting attorney to be within the possession, custody or control of the state.

§62-1B-3. Time of motion.

A motion under this article may be made at any time not later than ten days before trial, or at such reasonable later time as the court may permit.

§62-1B-4. Severability.

If any provision of this article or the application thereof to any person or circumstance is held invalid, such invalidity shall not affect other provisions or applications of the article which can be given effect without the invalid provision or its application, and to this end, the provisions of this article are declared to be severable.

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