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Sufficient evidence supports child cruelty conviction (access required)

There was sufficient evidence to convict appellant of child cruelty. The evidence supports findings that she caused a child to be kept in a cage at night and withheld food from her. Further, appellant did not properly preserve her constitutional challenge to Code § 40.1-103, the statute under which she was convicted. Overview Robert Mollenhauer, three-year-old S.M. and ...