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Adkins v. Virginia Redistricting Comm’n

Last Updated Sep 22, 2021
Case No. 210770 (Va. Sup. Ct.)
Cycle 2020

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Mandamus petition asking the state supreme court to prohibit and permanently enjoin the Virginia Redistricting Commission from counting incarcerated persons at their last known address pursuant Virginia’s statutory requirements. Petitioners claimed the statutory requirements conflicted with the Constitution of Virginia.

On Sep. 22, 2021, the Supreme Court of Virginia determined the petitioners were not entitled to the relief sought and dismissed the petition.


Case filings, starting with most recent court
    Name Last Modified
Highlighted document Document icon Mandamus Petition Aug 13, 2021
Document icon Def. response Sep 1, 2021
Document icon Plaintiff's reply Sep 10, 2021
Document icon Response (Atty. General) Sep 1, 2021
Document icon Amicus brief (Fair Lines) Sep 1, 2021
Document icon Amicus brief (NAACP) Sep 1, 2021
Document icon Amicus brief (ACLU and LWV) Sep 1, 2021
Highlighted document Document icon Case dismissed Sep 22, 2021