Each of the Virginia constitutions, including the 1971 Constitution, has included a schedule. This most recent schedule established the date at which the Constitution would take effect, ensured that the new Constitution would not affect the terms of sitting officers, stipulated that existing statutes and pending judicial decisions would be undisturbed by the new Constitution, provided that certain new judicial qualifications would not apply to sitting judges, and issued a series of directives for the 1971 legislative session. This revised Constitution shall,...
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