§62-3-19. Faulty counts in indictment.
Where there are several counts in an indictment, and a general
verdict of guilty is found, judgment shall be entered against the
accused, if any count be good, though others be faulty. But on the
trial, the court may, on motion of the accused, instruct the jury
to disregard any count that is faulty.
Note: WV Code updated with legislation passed through the 2016 Regular Session
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