A former Alexandria taxicab driver is on his way back to Central State Hospital in Petersburg now that a judge has ruled that he is not guilty of shooing a police officer because he was insane at the time of the crime.
Virginia's Crime Commission has been working on fine-tuning the state's child pornography laws, but small changes to the language of the law could have tremendous consequences for the ability to prosecute.
Defense attorneys for Kashif Bashir say the cab driver suffers from paranoid schizophrenia, and he was undiagnosed and unmedicated the day he shot a police officer. The prosecution offers a different picture.
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