Vincent Lamont Martin v. Commonwealth of Virginia

Case Name

Vincent Lamont Martin v. Commonwealth of Virginia

Authors

Files

Download Record 800519: Appendix, Volume II (10.5 MB)

Download Record 800519: Appendix, Volume III (10.2 MB)

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Court

Supreme Court of Virginia

Appealed From

The Circuit Court, Division I, of the City of Richmond, Virginia

Circuit Court Judge

Hon. J. Randolph Tucker, Jr., Judge

Term

10-1980

Virginia Reports Citation

221 Va. 436

Parallel Citation

271 S.E.2d 123

Disciplines

Constitutional Law | Criminal Law | Criminal Procedure | Evidence

Keywords

Capital Murder as to Killing of Police Officer for Purpose of Interfering with Performance of Officer's Official Duties, Depiction of Places, Scene of Crime, Injuries, or Dead Bodies and Court's Discretion, Documentary Evidence as to Court's Discretion, Due Process and Constitutional Right to Investigative Assistance, Transcript, and Other Kinds of Assistance, Free Record or Transcript and Other Costs, Motive and Charge of Capital Murder, Overruling Challenges to Jurors, Punishment Prescribed for Offense, Selection and Impaneling Jury, Sentencing and Punishment as to Burden of Proof, Sentencing and Punishment as to Killing of Police Officer, Sentencing and Punishment as to Mode of Execution, Sentencing and Punishment as to Other Particular Provisions, Voir Dire as to Form and Sufficiency of Questions Propounded, Weight and Effect of Evidence as to Defendant's Right to Impartial Jury

Vincent Lamont Martin v. Commonwealth of Virginia

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