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FOSTER-ZAHID v. COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA (59935)


FOSTER-ZAHID v.
COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA


September 12, 1997
Record No. 962512

DONNA FOSTER-ZAHID

v.

COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA

PER CURIAM
FROM THE COURT OF APPEALS OF VIRGINIA

Present: Carrico, C.J., Compton, Stephenson,[1] Lacy, Hassell, Keenan,
and Koontz, JJ.


In this case, we awarded appellant an appeal from the judgment
of the Court of Appeals holding that the trial court did not err
in ruling (1) that the trial court had jurisdiction to try
appellant for violation of Code ? 18.2?49.1(A), and
(2) that Fairfax County was the proper venue in which to
prosecute the appellant for that violation. Foster-Zahid v.
Commonwealth
, 23 Va. App. 430, 477 S.E.2d 759 (1996).

We have considered these questions, and for the reasons stated
in the opinion of the Court of Appeals, we will affirm the
judgment below.

Affirmed.

 

 

 

FOOTNOTES:

[1] Justice Stephenson participated
in the hearing and decision of this case prior to the effective
date of his retirement on July 1, 1997.

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