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Time served for non-crime won't back malpractice (access required)

A man who served 30 days in jail for a non-existent crime — driving a moped with a suspended license — cannot sue the two lawyers who represented him on the charge, a Charlottesville circuit judge designate has ruled. In 1998, the man was convicted of driving a moped on a suspended license, an offense which ...

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