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Monthly Archives: September 2008

Immigration – Special Visa – ‘Grandfathered Alien’ – Status Adjustment (access required)

The 4th Circuit denies a Nigerian citizen’s petition for review of a Board of Immigration Appeals’ order for petitioner’s voluntary departure, rejecting petitioner’s claim that he is eligible for adjustment of his status without leaving the U.S. because he is ...

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Criminal – Murder – Grand Larceny – ‘Other Crimes’ Evidence (access required)

At defendant’s trial for murder and grand larceny of a commercial dump truck, a Chesapeake Circuit Court says the prosecution can introduce evidence that defendant previously was convicted six times of grand larceny of tractor-trailers, as well as a pending ...

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Vick bankruptcy hearing

Michael Vick’s efforts to reorganize his finances through bankruptcy continues to be bogged down by difficulty in determining just what he has – and where it has gone. The Daily Press has an account of yesterday’s hearing, which raised the ...

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Vick bankruptcy hearing

Michael Vick’s efforts to reorganize his finances through bankruptcy continues to be bogged down by difficulty in determining just what he has – and where it has gone. The Daily Press has an account of yesterday’s hearing, which raised the ...

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Reveley is the man

W. Taylor Reveley III is no longer interim president at the College of William and Mary. The college’s board of visitors decided yesterday to forego a national search to fill the position and named Reveley to head the school for ...

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Boy Scout sues for food poisoning

A Boy Scout who was infected by a toxic strain of E. coli at a Virginia scout camp today filed suit against a California food supplier, according to a law firm news release. The suit naming S & S Foods ...

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Corporate – ‘Person’ – Hospital Authority – Guaranty Association

A hospital authority that had its workers’ compensation coverage through the Virginia Guaranty Association after its comp carrier, Reciprocal of America, became insolvent, is a “person” subject to suit for reimbursement by the Association, a Chesapeake Circuit Court holds. Va. ...

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