William Kenneth Parish v. Commonwealth of Virginia

Case Name

William Kenneth Parish v. Commonwealth of Virginia

Authors

Files

Download Record 6087: Petition For Writ of Error and Supersedeas; Case Record (4.2 MB)

Court

Supreme Court of Appeals of Virginia at Richmond

Appealed From

The Corporation Court of the City of Charlottesville, Virginia

Circuit Court Judge

Hon. George M. Coles, Judge

Term

11-1965

Virginia Reports Citation

206 Va. 627

Parallel Citation

145 S.E.2d 192

Disciplines

Courts | Criminal Law | Criminal Procedure | Evidence

Keywords

Admissibility of Evidence, Circumstanial Evidence, Concealment of Stolen Goods, Conclusiveness and Effect of Evidence, Discretion of Court, Embezzlement, Error Committed or Invited by Party Complaining, Grounds for Continuance, Indictment and Information, Knowledge of Theft and Intent, Larceny, Receiving Stolen Goods, Robbery, Stolen Property, Time of Trial and Continuance, Weight and Sufficiency of Evidence, Written Statements

William Kenneth Parish v. Commonwealth of Virginia

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