Va. Governor Wants Change In Criminal Appeal Bill

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Virginia Gov. Mark R. Warner has asked the General Assembly to change a bill it passed so that people convicted of felonies would have a greater opportunity to appeal convictions based on new evidence of innocence, says the Washington Post. Warner, a Democrat, praised legislators for passing a bill to would remove Virginia’s 21-day limit
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