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Vick can keep Falcons’ bonuses

Michael Vick, the former Atlanta Falcons quarterback now doing time in federal prison on dogfighting charges, can keep nearly $20 million in bonuses paid by the team, a federal judge in Minneapolis ruled this morning. A special master found in ...

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Flippin and Densmore move to Gentry Locke

Two big names in Roanoke’s legal community have changed addresses. Frank Flippin and Doug Densmore, late of the firm that bears their names – LeClairRyan Flippin Densmore – have joined Gentry Locke Rakes & Moore LLP. Both attorneys were founding ...

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Magistrate reform survives committee challenge

A proposal for a sweeping reorganization of the magistrate system barely cleared the House Courts of Justice Committee today on a 12-10 vote. “Good luck on the floor, Lacey,” committee Chairman David B. Albo, R-Fairfax, told the bill’s sponsor, Lacey ...

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Norfolk’s Tripp quits seat

Alfred M. Tripp, the Norfolk circuit judge who has not been on the bench since October, has resigned, according to his lawyer. The reason? Tripp’s lawyer, Carl Eason, isn’t talking, citing client confidentiality. The Virginian-Pilot quotes one source as saying ...

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