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Funeral Procession Cases Summarized By Injury Attorney

This page within Virginia Tort Case Law is a compilation of cases reported by the Virginia Supreme Court and summarized by Brien Roche dealing with the topic of Funeral Procession and the related topic of vehicle accidents. For more information on funeral processions see the pages on Wikipedia. 

Funeral Procession-Statutes

See Va. Code § 46.2-828.

Funeral Procession-Cases

1969 Paige v. Edgar, 210 Va. 54, 168 S.E.2d 103.

City ordinance provided that no vehicle shall drive between funeral procession. This ordinance was inconsistent with state law and thus was void. Plaintiff, although in procession, was required to stop for red light since there was no police officer at intersection.

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Funeral Procession Cases Summarized By Injury Attorney

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