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Criminal – Post-Release Supervision – Constitutional (access required)

The Court of Appeals rejects defendant’s separation-of-powers argument, and holds that because the statutory scheme of Va. Code § 19.2-295.2 does not require the Virginia Parole Board, an executive agency, to usurp the judicial function of assessing punishment, the appellate court affirms the trial court’s imposition of a term of post-supervision release on a firearm ...

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