John Joseph LeVasseur v. Commonwealth of Virginia

Case Name

John Joseph LeVasseur v. Commonwealth of Virginia

Authors

Files

Court

Supreme Court of Virginia

Appealed From

The Circuit Court of Prince William County, Virginia

Circuit Court Judge

Hon. H. Selwyn Smith, Judge

Term

6-1983

Virginia Reports Citation

225 Va. 564

Parallel Citation

304 S.E.2d 644

Disciplines

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

Keywords

Affidavits and Other Proofs, Application of Jury Instructions, Capacity to Commit Crime as to Mental Condition, Change of Venue, Custody and Conduct of Jury, Degree or Classification of Homicide, Deliberate, Willful and Premeditated Killing in Commission of Robbery, Effect of Verdict or Determination, Examination of Witnesses, Homicide, Homicide and Robbery, Juror Selection, Jury as to Discretion of Court, Jury as to Extent of Examination, Jury as to Formation and Expression of Opinion, Jury as to Selection and Impaneling, Jury and Voir Dire as to Personal Opinions and Conscientious Scruples, Local Prejudice, Misconduct of Counsel for Prosecution, Provision or Statute Authorizing Death Penalty, Punishment Prescribed for Offense, Sentencing and Punishment as to Jury Instructions, Sentencing and Punishment as to Murder, Weight and Effect of Opposing Affidavits or Other Evidence

John Joseph LeVasseur v. Commonwealth of Virginia

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