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‘Dangling Object’ Statute Not Vague (access required)

On appeal by the commonwealth, a Chesapeake Circuit Court holds that Va. Code § 46.2-1054, which prohibits dangling objects in a vehicle that obstruct the driver’s clear view of the highway, is not facially void for vagueness nor unconstitutionally void as applied to defendant driver, who was stopped by a police officer; the court remands ...

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