The next two posts are 2007's opinions from the Virginia Supreme Court on most criminal matters. As usual, I don't discuss many sufficiency of the facts decisions, unless there is something unusual about them. I think I only skipped 3 decisions: 1 habeas dismissal and 2 mandatory murder appeals which were the typical laundry lists.
I promoted the Obstruction of Justice decisions over top of the others because I believe that in those decisions the Supreme Court has rewritten Virginia's law and they will effect courts more on a day to day basis than the other decisions. The other decisions are in the second post. I did not link to those opinions individually; you can find all of them at this site.