The Virginia State Constitution: A Reference Guide

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Accusation, right of defendants to demand the cause and nature of, 45
Accusers, right of defendants to confront, 45–46
Adams, John, 3
Administrative agencies, 94–95
Admiralty judges, 3
African Americans: affected by annexation, 155–56; affected by redistricting, 86, 87, 88; appointed school boards and, 175–76; delegates to Convention of 1867–68, 12; rights debated during Convention of 1867–68, 13; school segregation, 21–23, 166–67, 168–69; suffrage restricted by Convention of 1901–02, 15–17
Alexandria Convention. See Convention of 1864
Allen, George, 97, 120, 123, 124, 130, 134 n.2, 173
Almond, J. Lindsay, Jr., 167, 168
Amendatory veto, 17, 122
Amendment and revision procedure: adopted by Convention of 1867–68, 14, 218; amendment procedure, 219– 21; changed in constitutional revision of 1971, 23; constitutional initiative debated in late twentieth century, 219; conventions, procedures for calling, 221–23; conventions, requirement that their work be submitted for ratification, 222; debated during Convention of 1776, 4; debated during Convention of 1829–30, 7, 219–20; limited conventions, legitimacy of, 222–23; periodic convention question, 17–18, 218, 221; revision commissions, 219
Anderson, William A., 12
Annexation, 152–53, 154–56
Antidiscrimination clause, 23, 58–59, 87
Appeal, commonwealth's right of, 139
Apportionment: 1884 redistricting act, 92 n.7; 1932 redistricting act, 83; 1952 redistricting act, 84–85; 1962 redistricting act, 84; 1964 redistricting act, 84; 1965 redistricting act, 85; 1971 redistricting act, 85; 1981 redistricting act, 85; 1982 redistricting act, 86;

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The Virginia State Constitution: A Reference Guide
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Series Foreword xi
  • Acknowledgments xv
  • Part I - The Constitutional History of Virginia 1
  • Part II - Virginia Constitution and Commentary 33
  • Article I - Bill of Rights 35
  • Article II - Franchise and Officers 75
  • Article III - Division of Powers 94
  • Article IV - Legislature 96
  • Article V - Executive 116
  • Article VI - Judiciary 137
  • Article VII - Local Government 152
  • Article VIII - Education 166
  • Article IX - Corporations 182
  • Article X - Taxation and Finance 192
  • Article XI - Conservation 212
  • Article XII - Future Changes 218
  • Schedule 225
  • Bibliographical Essay 227
  • Table of Cases 241
  • Index 249
  • About the Author 257
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