C. M. Miller v. Commonwealth of Virginia

Case Name

C. M. Miller v. Commonwealth of Virginia

Authors

Files

Download Record 2108: Petition For Writ of Error and Supersedeas; Case Record (1.3 MB)

Court

Supreme Court of Appeals of Virginia at Richmond

Appealed From

The Circuit Court of Nelson County, Virginia

Circuit Court Judge

Hon. Edward Meeks, Judge

Term

4-1939

Virginia Reports Citation

172 Va. 639

Parallel Citation

2 S.E.2d 343

Disciplines

Constitutional Law | Criminal Law | Criminal Procedure | Evidence | State and Local Government Law

Keywords

Appicability of Provisions of Statutes and Ordinances; Continuance or Alteration of Existing Law by Revision; Criminal Prosecution and Punishment; Extent of Burden on Prosecution; Innocence; Intoxicating Liquors and Illegal Possession; Intoxicating Liquors as to Presumptions and Burden of Proof; Judicial Notice; Keeping, Storage, Possession and Delivery of Intoxicating Liquors; Operation and Effect of Conclusive Presumption; Presumptions, Doubt, and Construction of Statutes as to Constitutionality; Questions for Jury; Right to Obtain Justice; State Statutes as to Construction Based on Multiple Factors; Statutes as to Clarity and Ambiguity; Statutes as to Intent and Knowledge of Legislature; Statutes as to Mulitiple Meanings; Statutes as to Plain Language, Ordinary, or Literal Meaning;

C. M. Miller v. Commonwealth of Virginia

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