Virginia's Medical-Amnesty Statute Divides Appeals Court Over 2 Questions of First Impression
“Unfortunately, although no doubt well-intentioned, the majority violates the judicial norms listed above,” Judge Wesley G. Russell Jr. wrote in the dissent. “As explained below, I believe the majority’s departures from these norms lead the majority to an incorrect conclusion: that a defendant may invoke the protections of the overdose statute without actually experiencing an overdose.”
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