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Lemons honored by London Inn of Court

On Tuesday, Virginia Supreme Court Justice Donald W. Lemons will become an honorary Master of the Bench of the MiddleTemple, one of the four Inns of Court in London that fosters many of the barristers to the Bar of England ...

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Pick a crime, do the time

A naked man arrested in a Hampton-area hotel lobby has lost his appeal using a creative argument for overturning his disorderly conduct conviction. Responding to a call, Hampton police found Romann Thomas in a hotel lobby standing naked, complaining loudly ...

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Employment Discrimination – Disability – ADA – Nurse’s Allergy

A nurse who alleges she asked defendant state hospital to change its detergent after she suffered a severe respiratory allergic reaction to a chemical in the hospital’s detergent, has stated a claim under the Americans with Disabilities Act, a magistrate ...

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Lindsley remembered, but not always fondly

Ed Lindsley of Virginia Beach died last week, leaving a colorful legacy of opportunistic land acquisition. He was 84.  Apparently relying on a legal education and years of real estate experience, Mr. Lindsley (right) would pore over land records looking ...

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Circuit judges for Norfolk?

Gov. Timothy M. Kaine could appoint three judges to Norfolk Circuit Court as soon as next week. That’s the word from sources familiar with the maneuvering by the governor’s staff and legislators in Norfolk and Virginia Beach. The plan calls ...

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Abingdon launches wireless mesh network

The 230-year-old town of Abingdon takes a step toward the future this week as it unveils its free wireless mesh network.  As explained by the helpful folks at How Stuff Works, a wireless mesh network links together dozens or even ...

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Abingdon launches wireless mesh network

The 230-year-old town of Abingdon takes a step toward the future this week as it unveils its free wireless mesh network.  As explained by the helpful folks at How Stuff Works, a wireless mesh network links together dozens or even ...

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Richmond Fed has foreclosure resources

The Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond has opened a new online Foreclosure Resource Center aimed at helping homeowners faced with losing their homes. The new site includes maps of foreclosure “hot spots,” economic research from the Fed and a directory of ...

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Richmond Fed has foreclosure resources

The Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond has opened a new online Foreclosure Resource Center aimed at helping homeowners faced with losing their homes. The new site includes maps of foreclosure “hot spots,” economic research from the Fed and a directory of ...

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