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Vermont Criminal Laws

Welcome to FindLaw's section on the criminal statutes and procedures of Vermont, with authoritative explanations of the law for non-attorneys, updated regularly to reflect current law. In this section, you will learn about so-called "white collar" crimes such as the perpetration of Ponzi and pyramid schemes, identity theft, and tax fraud; violent crimes such as manslaughter, sexual assault, and rape; and crimes involving vices, such as prostitution and illicit drug prohibitions. In addition, you'll find information about the criminal statute of limitations and how to obtain a protective order. Click on one of the following links to learn more about Vermont's criminal laws.

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