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However, the defendant must make a specific showing of relevance to obtain psychiatric records of a rape victim. Farish v. Commonwealth, 2 Va. App. 2d 736 (1986). See also O’Dell v. Commonwealth, 234 Va. 2d 491 (1988) (Commonwealth not required under Sup. Ct. R. 3A:11(b) to disclose information about its experts to the defendant even though defendant was required to furnish information about an expert because the Commonwealth was paying the costs due to defendant’s indigence). 2. Physical Examination.
2d 419 (1947). 46 See generally Jennifer Massengale, “Facilitating Children’s Testimony,” 14 Update, No. 6 (2001). 2. Uncorroborated Testimony of Victim (FRIEND at §4–16). The testimony of the victim does not have to be corroborated to support convictions for the following crimes: • Rape. Snyder v. Commonwealth, 220 Va. 2d 55, 57 (1980). • Statutory rape. Lear v. Commonwealth, 195 Va. 2d 424, 427 (1953). • Attempted rape. Fisher v. Commonwealth, 228 Va. 2d 202, 203-04 (1984). • Sodomy. Love v. Commonwealth, 18 Va.
Explaining the purpose for which the evidence is admitted and the limited consideration it may be given by the jury. Id. 2d at 639. Because the judge’s instruction in this case was inadequate, the court reversed the conviction. b. Physical Abuse (FRIEND at §12–14; BACIGAL, TATE & GUERNSEY at 263–264). ” Evans v. Commonwealth, 215 Va. 2d 268, 272 (1975). In Evans, the Supreme Court admitted evidence in a prosecution for second degree murder that the defendant previously had struck the victim. ” Id.
Child abuse: Virginia statutes and case law by National Center for the Prosecution of Child Abuse, Virginia. Dept. of Criminal Justice Services