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Criminal – Contempt – Prosecutor's Letter To Judge – Sufficiency (access required)

Where defendant, the commonwealth's attorney for the City of Richmond, wrote to a substitute general district court judge to complain about the judge's comments to one of the assistant prosecutors, and in the letter, the commonwealth's attorney told the judge if such behavior "ever, ever" happened, again, the commonwealth's attorney would not "be so kind ...

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