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Trial Of Capital Murder Cases In Virginia, 5th Edition, Ronald J. Bacigal Jan 2013

Trial Of Capital Murder Cases In Virginia, 5th Edition, Ronald J. Bacigal

Law Faculty Publications

This essential resource is intended as a guide for attorneys and as a source of information for judges who are involved with capital cases in Virginia, which is a form of litigation to which many issues are unique. It includes several tables of relevant cases arranged by different groupings: by defendant’s surname followed by full reported citations, by degree of aggravation and mitigation, by aggravator, and under the section of the Virginia Code offended. There is also a section discussing ineffective assistance of counsel issues. If you handle criminal cases in Virginia where capital punishment is even a possibility ...


Virginia Practice Series: Criminal Offenses And Defenses, 14th Edition, Ronald J. Bacigal Jan 2013

Virginia Practice Series: Criminal Offenses And Defenses, 14th Edition, Ronald J. Bacigal

Law Faculty Publications

In Criminal Offenses and Defenses in Virginia, a recognized authority on Virginia criminal law provides a comprehensive guide to criminal offenses and defenses in Virginia. The author:

  • Guides you through the substantive elements of each criminal offense and defense
  • Discusses how to charge and/or prove cases that fall at the definitional margins
  • Explains conceptual relationships among offenses (e.g., malicious wounding and attempted murder) and defenses (e.g., self-defense and misadventure) to help you better understand and argue against an opposing position

Topics covered include:

  • Abortion
  • Alcohol offenses, intoxication, and drunk driving
  • Computer and credit card crimes
  • Conspiracy and ...


Confronting Death: Sixth Amendment Rights At Capital Sentencing, John G. Douglass Nov 2005

Confronting Death: Sixth Amendment Rights At Capital Sentencing, John G. Douglass

Law Faculty Publications

The Court's fragmentary approach has taken pieces of the Sixth Amendment and applied them to pieces of the capital sentencing process. The author contends that the whole of the Sixth Amendment applies to the whole of a capital case, whether the issue is guilt, death eligibility, or the final selection of who lives and who dies. In capital cases, there is one Sixth Amendment world, not two. In this Article, he argues for a unified theory of Sixth Amendment rights to govern the whole of a capital case. Because both Williams and the Apprendi-Ring-Booker line of cases purport to ...