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Foster joins race for GOP Attorney General nod (access required)

Dave Foster, a Washington lawyer and former Arlington School Board chairman, has formally joined what is an increasingly crowded field for the Republican nomination for Virginia attorney general. State Sen. Ken Cuccinelli, R-Fairfax, and former U.S. Attorney John Brownlee of ...

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Ex-lawyer Conrad gets 11 years (access required)

Brushing aside pleas for leniency, U.S. District Judge Claude M. Hilton this month ordered an 11-year prison sentence for a former Woodbridge lawyer blamed for stealing more than $4 million from clients and others in a “broad criminal enterprise” over ...

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Scientist pleads guilty to tech sales to China (access required)

NORFOLK—A Virginia scientist pleaded guilty last week to selling rocket technology to China and bribing Chinese officials to secure a lucrative contract for his high-tech company. Quan-Sheng Shu, 68, pleaded guilty to two counts of violating the federal Arms Control ...

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ICE rejects training for Fairfax deputies (access required)

FAIRFAX—Fairfax County’s sheriff says federal immigration authorities have denied his bid to enroll deputies in a program that trains local officers to detain criminal illegal immigrants. Sheriff Stan Barry says the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement told him last month ...

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