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Body Camera Evidence Is ‘Excited Utterance’ (access required)

At defendant’s trial for assault against a family member, third or subsequent offense, the Norfolk Circuit Court will admit as “excited utterances” the victim’s 911 call recording and statements captured by a police officer’s body camera when police arrived, as ...

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Va. Common Law Robbery Is ‘Violent Crime’ (access required)

A Richmond U.S. District Court overrules defendant’s objection to the court’s calculation of defendant’s base offense level of 22 in sentencing him on his guilty plea to firearm possession by a convicted felon; defendant’s prior robbery conviction counts toward this ...

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