§6-6-9. Forfeiture of office on conviction of offense.
Any person holding any office, convicted in any court of any
offense, the punishment or penalty for which, under any provision
of the constitution of the state, or any law now in effect, or
which may hereafter become effective, entails a forfeiture of the
office held by the person convicted, shall be removed from office
by the judgment of the court, entered upon such conviction.
Note: WV Code updated with legislation passed through the 2016 Regular Session
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