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Bush taps Novak, Davis for federal judgeships

President Bush has nominated David J. Novak and Mark S. Davis for federal judgeships in Richmond and Alexandria, respectively. Novak is an assistant U.S. attorney who worked on the trial of Zacarias Moussaoui, the convicted Sept. 11 conspirator. Davis is ...

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Bush taps Novak, Davis for federal judgeships

President Bush has nominated David J. Novak and Mark S. Davis for federal judgeships in Richmond and Alexandria, respectively. Novak is an assistant U.S. attorney who worked on the trial of Zacarias Moussaoui, the convicted Sept. 11 conspirator. Davis is ...

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Clemens gains bars’ backing for Roanoke judgeship

Salem lawyer Chris Clemens has garnered endorsements from three Roanoke-area bar groups for a general district judgeship that will open next year after the retirement of Judge Julian Raney, reports the Roanoke Times. The Roanoke Bar Association and the Salem/Roanoke ...

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Clemens gains bars’ backing for Roanoke judgeship

Salem lawyer Chris Clemens has garnered endorsements from three Roanoke-area bar groups for a general district judgeship that will open next year after the retirement of Judge Julian Raney, reports the Roanoke Times. The Roanoke Bar Association and the Salem/Roanoke ...

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Smyth County OKs $24M courthouse renovation

After literally years of debate and discussion, the Smyth County Board of Supervisors has approved a $24 million plan to renovate the county’s historic courthouse in Marion (right), reports the Bristol Herald Courier. The action came on a 4-3 vote, ...

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Smyth County OKs $24M courthouse renovation

After literally years of debate and discussion, the Smyth County Board of Supervisors has approved a $24 million plan to renovate the county’s historic courthouse in Marion (right), reports the Bristol Herald Courier. The action came on a 4-3 vote, ...

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Embracery charges against lawyer dismissed

A circuit judge yesterday dismissed embracery charges against a Charlottesville lawyer, reports The Daily Progress. Deborah C. Wyatt has been accused of improperly attempting to influence a grand jury. In December 2004, she contacted members of a grand jury investigating ...

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Embracery charges against lawyer dismissed

A circuit judge yesterday dismissed embracery charges against a Charlottesville lawyer, reports The Daily Progress. Deborah C. Wyatt has been accused of improperly attempting to influence a grand jury. In December 2004, she contacted members of a grand jury investigating ...

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House passes attorney-client privilege measure

The House of Representatives has passed the Attorney-Client Protection Act of 2007, sponsored by Rep. Bobby Scott, D-Va., to protect conversations between attorneys and clients under investigation, reports The Daily Press. Scott said the bill was needed to prevent strong-arm ...

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House passes attorney-client privilege measure

The House of Representatives has passed the Attorney-Client Protection Act of 2007, sponsored by Rep. Bobby Scott, D-Va., to protect conversations between attorneys and clients under investigation, reports The Daily Press. Scott said the bill was needed to prevent strong-arm ...

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