Johnny Watkins, Jr. v. Commonwealth of Virginia

Case Name

Johnny Watkins, Jr. v. Commonwealth of Virginia

Authors

Files

Download Record 841551: Appendix, Volume I (88.4 MB)

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Court

Supreme Court of Virginia

Appealed From

The Circuit Court of the City of Danville, Virginia

Circuit Court Judge

Hon. James F. Ingram, Judge

Term

6-1985

Virginia Reports Citation

229 Va. 469

Parallel Citation

331 S.E.2d 422

Disciplines

Constitutional Law | Courts | Criminal Law | Criminal Procedure | Evidence

Keywords

Accomplices and Multiple Perpetrators; Admissibility of Physical Evidence Depicting Crime Scene; Aiding, Abetting, or Other Participation in Offense; Capital Murder; Constitutional Law as to Court and Administrative Costs or Fees; Constitutional Law as to Assistance of Counsel and Other Types of Assistance; Cross-Examination of Witness as to Inconsistent Statements; Determination of Admissibility of Defendant's Statement or Confession Based on Totality of Circumstances; Discharge of Juror or Jury Pending Trial; Examination of Experts; Homicide; Homicide in Commission of or With Intent to Commit Other Unlawful Act; Identification of Witnesses; Investigative Assistance and Costs; Jury as to Constitutional Law and Race; Jury and Mode of Examination or Voir Dire; Jury and Prior Service of Juror; Jury Selection; Local Prejudice and Change of Venue; Predicate Offenses or Conduct; Purpose of Admission of Evidence and Trial Court's Discretion; Relation Between Predicate Offense or Conduct and Homicide; Questions of Law or Fact; Robbery; Sentencing and Punishment as to Dangerousness; Sentencing and Punishment as to Juveniles and Age; Sentencing and Punishment as to Killing While Committing Other Offense or in Course of Criminal Conduct; Sentencing and Punishment as to Matters Relating to Racial or Other Prejudice; Sentencing and Punishment as to Other Offenses, Charges, or Misconduct; Sentencing and Punishment as to Procedure; Sentencing and Punishment as to Sufficiency of Evidence; Sentencing and Punishment as to Vileness, Heinousness, or Atrocity; Use of a Firearm in Commission of a Felony; Voluntariness of Defendant's Statement; Weight and Effect of Opposing Affidavits or Other Evidence; Withdrawal of Question and Correction of Same; Witnesses Being Recalled After Being Excused

Johnny Watkins, Jr. v. Commonwealth of Virginia

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