Who would really benefit from a Shockoe Bottom stadium? Who would lose? And how could Shockoe Bottom be properly developed in a way that would promote an understanding of our common history, as well as establish Richmond as an international destination site for heritage tourism?
Come to a Community Meeting to discuss this important issueand learn how you can get involved in the campaign to oppose building a stadium in historic Shockoe Bottom. Co-sponsored by the Defenders for Freedom, Justice & Equality and other organizations to be announced.
Governor McDonnell announced on May 29, 2013 a transition from an application process to an automatic restoration process for non-violent felons. The enactment date for this transition is July 15, 2013.
New Criteria for Non-Violent Felon restoration (effective May 29, 2013):
- Have been convicted of a non-violent felony in a Virginia court, or convicted in a U.S. District Court, military court or a court of another state or territory
- Have completed serving the prison sentence and been released from probation or parole; and
- Have paid all court costs, fines to the Commonwealth and restitution to the victims, satisfied all court-ordered conditions, and have no pending felony charges.