William Leon Barber, Sr., v. Commonwealth of Virginia

Case Name

William Leon Barber, Sr., v. Commonwealth of Virginia

Authors

Files

Download Record 5998: Petition For Writ of Error and Supersedeas (2.4 MB)

Download Record 5998: Petition For Writ of Error and Supersedeas; Case Record (2.1 MB)

Court

Supreme Court of Appeals of Virginia at Richmond

Appealed From

The Circuit Court of Norfolk County, Virginia (now the Circuit Court of the City of Chesapeake, Virginia)

Circuit Court Judge

Hon. Major M. Hillard, Judge

Term

6-1965

Virginia Reports Citation

206 Va. 241

Parallel Citation

142 S.E.2d 484

Disciplines

Courts | Criminal Law | Criminal Procedure | Evidence

Keywords

Accident or Misfortune, Compelling Self-Incrimination, Deliberation and Premeditation, Evidence by Objects Similar to or Illustrative of Others, Evidence by Replicas and Models, Grounds for Continuance, Homicide and Malice, Homicide and Time Required for Premeditation, Immaterial or Incompetent Evidence, Indictment and Information, Presentation of Evidence, Presumptions and Inferences, Probability of Securing Testimony, Self-Defense, Shifting Burden of Proof, Silence Prior to ArrestStatutory Forms, Testimony or Statement of Accused, Want of Time for Preparation by Counsel

William Leon Barber, Sr., v. Commonwealth of Virginia

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