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Child Victim Could Testify in Writing (access required)

A defendant cannot overturn his conviction of aggravated sexual battery on the ground that the trial court violated defendant’s Sixth Amendment right by allowing the child victim to write a portion of her testimony, rather than speaking it; in this case of first impression, the Court of Appeals affirms defendant’s conviction under Va. Code § ...