Robert C. Witt  v. Commonwealth of Virginia

Case Name

Robert C. Witt v. Commonwealth of Virginia

Authors

Files

Download Record 740285: Joint Appendix (12.4 MB)

Court

Supreme Court of Virginia

Appealed From

The Circuit Court of the City of Virginia Beach, Virginia

Circuit Court Judge

Hon. Paul W. Ackiss, Judge

Term

3-1975

Virginia Reports Citation

215 Va. 670

Parallel Citation

212 S.E.2d 293

Disciplines

Courts | Criminal Law | Criminal Procedure | Evidence | Jurisprudence

Keywords

Burglary, Burglary as to Weight and Sufficiency of Evidence, Coercion as Proscribed by Fifth Amendment, Confession as to Voluntariness and Burden on Commonwealth, Confessions and Voluntariness as to Prior Statements, Credibility of Witnesses, Criminal Law and Reasonable Doubt, Discretion of Trial Court as to Diligence in Procuring Witnesses and Testimony, Necessity of Voluntary Character and Admissibility of Confession, Order of Proof, Preponderance of Evidence as to Factual Questions Underlying Admissibility of Evidence, Questions of Law and Fact, Voluntariness of Confession by Preponderance of Evidence Burden as Oppossed to Beyond a Reasonable Doubt, Weighing Evidence as a Whole

Robert C. Witt  v. Commonwealth of Virginia

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