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Monthly Archives: October 2007

Judge gets OK from the JIRC (access required)

Hanover County Circuit Judge John Richard Alderman has moved past his drunken driving conviction in November 2004 from the standpoint of the Judicial Inquiry and Review Commission. The General Assembly will determine next year how much of an issue that ...

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Videotape can be used for context of statement (access required)

When a prosecutor uses a defendant’s statement to a detective to challenge the credibility of the defendant’s testimony, the defendant can demand that a videotape of the statement be played to put it in context. The Virginia Court of Appeals ...

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Lawyers in the News (access required)

Randy D. Singer has returned to the Norfolk office of Willcox & Savage as a partner. Singer was previously president of FamilyNet television and the executive vice-president and general counsel of the North American Mission Board of the Southern Baptist ...

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Congress has questions about Gen Re, ROA

The House Judiciary Committee has asked Paul J. McNulty what he knows about why the criminal investigation of General Reinsurance and an officer at Reciprocal of America were dropped earlier this year. McNulty was the U.S. attorney for the Eastern ...

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Congress has questions about Gen Re, ROA

The House Judiciary Committee has asked Paul J. McNulty what he knows about why the criminal investigation of General Reinsurance and an officer at Reciprocal of America were dropped earlier this year. McNulty was the U.S. attorney for the Eastern ...

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Virginia AG gets national pub

Attorney General Bob McDonnell has recived national exposure for his program to keep children safe from Internet predators. The spot broadcast on the CBS Evening News and on the CBS Morning Show features Assistant Attorney General Rusty McGuire talking to ...

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Virginia AG gets national pub

Attorney General Bob McDonnell has recived national exposure for his program to keep children safe from Internet predators. The spot broadcast on the CBS Evening News and on the CBS Morning Show features Assistant Attorney General Rusty McGuire talking to ...

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Criminal – Plea Agreement Rejection – Embezzlement – Restitution (access required)

A circuit court declines to reconsider its rejection of a plea agreement submitted by a defendant who allegedly embezzled $277,914 from her employer, a nonprofit corporation that builds housing for low-income persons, by making over 2,000 unauthorized personal purchases on ...

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Domestic Relations – Support Arrearage – Contempt – Fraud (access required)

Although more than 21 days have passed since the entry of both a Nov.15, 2006, order establishing father’s child support arrearage at $18,572 and a Jan. 18, 2007, order finding father in contempt under Va. Code Sect. 8.01-428(D), the court ...

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Negligence – Bridge Construction – Sovereign Immunity (access required)

The State of Maryland has sovereign immunity from liability in a Virginia circuit court for damage to Virginia property caused by construction undertaken as part of the Woodrow Wilson Bridge Project, which began in Maryland and terminated in Alexandria; as ...

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