No, using poison to get rid of raccoons is not a legal or humane method of control. In Virginia, it is illegal to use poison to kill wildlife without a permit from the Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries (VDGIF). Even with a permit, the use of poison to control raccoons is generally not recommended as it can pose risks to other wildlife, pets, and humans.
Additionally, using poison to control raccoons is considered inhumane because it causes a slow and painful death, and can lead to secondary poisoning of other animals that consume the poisoned raccoon. There are a variety of more humane and effective methods of raccoon removal and control, including live trapping and relocation, exclusion techniques to prevent entry into buildings, and habitat modification to make your property less attractive to raccoons.