SB 777, which provides that a person who was convicted of certain offenses, upon a plea of not guilty or an Alford plea, or who was adjudicated delinquent upon a plea of not guilty or an Alford plea, by a circuit court of an offense that would be such offense if committed by an adult, may petition the Court of Appeals to have his conviction vacated, has passed the Senate in Virginia and now moves on to the House.
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