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Propellant Evidence Not Needed to Convict (access required)

The Court of Appeals upholds defendant’s conviction for possession of ammunition, despite his claim that the commonwealth failed to prove beyond a reasonable doubt that the cartridges found on his person contained a propellant. Defendant contends Va. Code § 18.2-308.2(A) requires proof that the cartridge contains a propellant and that there is no proof of that ...

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