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Courts face issue of judges’ testimony in contempt cases (access required)

The competence of judges to testify in contempt proceedings continues to vex Virginia courts. Last week, the Virginia Court of Appeals split 5-5 and was unable to issue an opinion in the case of Tina M. Gilman. The tie had the effect of affirming Gilman's conviction and five-day jail sentence in Gilman v. Commonwealth (VLW 006-7-116). Last ...

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