The exact observations from Mose [supra]are as follows:
"Every act of the legislature is presumed to be constitutional, and the Constitution is to be given a liberal construction so as to sustain the enactment in question, if practicable." Bosang v. Iron Belt Bldg. & Loan Ass'n, 96 Va. 119, 123, 30 S.E. 440, 441 (1898). "When the constitutionality of an act is challenged, a heavy burden of proof is thrust upon the party making the challenge. All laws are presumed to be constitutional and this presumption is one of the strongest known to the law." Harrison v. Day, 200 Va. 764, 770, 107 S.E.2d 594, 598 (1959).
The following presumption is same as the present one.[Blogger]
Presumption of Constitutional Valid Statute
It may be noted that this presumption of correctness, stated in this part is totally different from the presumption of correctness that is provided under Section 2254(e)(1) [28 U.S.C. § 2254(e)(1).] that provides, in relevant part: