C. M. Miller v. Commonwealth of Virginia

Case Name

C. M. Miller v. Commonwealth of Virginia



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


Supreme Court of Appeals of Virginia at Richmond

Appealed From

The Circuit Court of Nelson County, Virginia

Circuit Court Judge

Hon. Edward Meeks, Judge



Virginia Reports Citation

172 Va. 639

Parallel Citation

2 S.E.2d 343


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


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