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18.2-33: Felony Murder: Drugs Hylton v. Commonwealth, 60 Va. App. 50 (2012) Possessing Drugs Woodard v. Commonwealth, APR13, VaApp No. 2048-11-3 Distributing.

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1 18.2-33: Felony Murder: Drugs Hylton v. Commonwealth, 60 Va. App. 50 (2012) Possessing Drugs Woodard v. Commonwealth, APR13, VaApp No. 2048-11-3 Distributing Drugs Heacock v. Commonwealth, 228 Va. 397 (1984).

2 Juvenile Murder Miller v. Alabama, 132 S. Ct. 2455 (2012) No Mandatory Life Sentences for Minors – Individualized Consideration See Angel v. Commonwealth, 281 Va. 248 (2011) Geriatric Parole (60 years)

3 18.2-361(A) - Sodomy Law MacDonald v. Moose, MAR13, 4Cir No. 11-7427 Virginia anti-sodomy statute is unconstitutional Lawrence v. Texas, 539 U.S. 558 (2003) Virginia AG has asked for en banc hearing AEDPA?

4 Firearms Boone v. Commonwealth, APR13, VaSC No. 121144 Introduction of Multiple Priors Baker v. Commonwealth, 284 Va. 572 (2012) Gravamen: Act of Possessing Possessing or Transporting Wright v. Commonwealth, 278 Va. 754 (Va. 2009)

5 Sentencing Hodgins v. Commonwealth, 61 Va. App. 102 (2012) Probation Begins at Sentencing Booker v. Commonwealth, 60 Va. App. 35 (2012) Jury Resentencing – Evidence § 19.2-295.1

6 Sentencing: Weekends Attorney General Opinion 12-062 No weekend time on felonies - § 53.1-131.1 SB1266 -Died in House of Delegates

7 Sentencing: Mandatory Minimums Commonwealth v. Jefferson, 60 Va. App. 749 (2012) - Produce Child Porn NOT RUN CONCURRENT § 18.2-248 - Schedule I/II Distro. § 18.2-248.01 – Transport Drugs § 18.2-248.03 – Methamphetamine § 18.2-248.1 – Marijuana Distro. § 18.2-248.5 – Steroid Distro. § 18.2-255.2 – Distro at School, etc. § 18.2-308.2 – Felon with Firearm § 53.1-203 – Felony by Prisoner § 18.2-270 – DUI: Cumulative & Consecutive to others in statute § 18.2-308.4 – Firearm & Drugs: Consecutive with Primary Felony § 18.2-53.1: - Firearm in Felony: Consecutive with Primary Felony Brown v. Commonwealth, 284 Va. 538 (2012)

8 Sentencing: Mandatory Minimums SB 832 Cannot Be Concurrent § 16.1-253.2 – Violate Protective Orders § 18.2-60.4. - Violate Protective Orders § 18.2-61. - Rape § 18.2-67.1. - Forcible Sodomy § 18.2-67.2 – Object Sexual Penetration § 18.2-46.3:3. - Gang Activities § 18.2-154. - Shooting at Vehicle § 18.2-308.2:2. - Purchase Firearm for Ineligible Person § 18.2-374.1. - Producing Child Porn

9 Procedure Jury Strikes – Relation to a Witness Mayfield v. Commonwealth, 59 Va. App. 839 (2012) Motion to Withdraw Guilty Plea Prior to Sentencing Booker v. Commonwealth, 61 Va. App. 323 (2012) Pritchett v. Commonwealth, APR13, VaApp No. 0830-12-3 3A:8(c)(2) – Recommended Sentence

10 Constitution Missouri v. McNeely, APR13, USSC No. 11-1425 DUI - Exigent Blood Draw Implied Consent ---------- Spence v. Commonwealth, 60 Va. App. 355 (2012) Conflict of Interest 4 th Amendment - Trespass Florida v. Jardines, MAR13, USSC No. 11-564 Builds on U.S. v. Jones, 132 S. Ct. 945 (2012)


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