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No Mandamus for Deferred Sentence (access required)

A chief deputy commonwealth’s attorney had standing to petition for mandamus to require a general district court judge to sentence a defendant who pleaded guilty to DUI within 21 days after its order, but the circuit court did not err in denying mandamus, the Virginia Supreme Court says. After defendant pleaded guilty to driving while intoxicated ...

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