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Venue Evidence Was ‘Vague and Uncertain’ (access required)

A defendant’s conviction for grand larceny in the theft of tools that belonged to the self-employed construction worker for whom defendant worked is reversed because the prosecution did not prove venue in Pittsylvania County, the Court of Appeals holds. The evidence as to venue in this case is overall vague and uncertain. Neither defendant nor his ...

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