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Missing Page References Means No Appeal (access required)

In its published order in these three consolidated cases, the Court of Appeals says it will dismiss petitions for appeal that do not comply with Rule 5A:12(c)(1) by including exact page references to support assignments of error. In light of the Supreme Court’s recent published order in Davis v. Commonwealth, 282 Va. 339 (2011), we conclude ...

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