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No standing to attack other felons’ sentences (access required)

A felon lacks standing to move to vacate other felons’ sentences as void ab initio. His reliance on Virginian-Pilot Media v. Dow Jones & Co., 280 Va. 464 (2010) for the proposition that standing is immaterial when attacking a void judgment is misplaced. The case was decided by a plurality opinion and a majority of the ...