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Monthly Archives: December 2008

Judges in Lynchburg, Clarke, Prince William to step down

Three more judges have announced that they will retire next year rather than seek appointment to another term. General District Judge Norman deV. Morrison of Clarke County and Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Judges James Bailey Robeson of Prince William ...

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Civil Procedure – Foreign Judgment – Service Of Process – Fla. Law

Although the Florida address for decedent’s son was listed as the address for decedent as registered agent of “McAuliffe Properties Inc.,” service on the son was no good under Florida law and the Fairfax Circuit Court sets aside a 1999 ...

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Anti-abortion license plate proposed

Sen. Ken Cuccinelli, R-Fairfax, wants anti-abortion advocates to be able to wear their politics on their license plates. In September, he prefiled Senate Bill 801, which would authorize the issuance of a Virginia license plate with the slogan, “CHOOSE LIFE.” SB 801 ...

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Bill would nix texting while driving

It would be illegal to send a text message while driving a car under a bill prefiled last month. It also would be illegal to send a text message while riding a bike or operating a moped, under House Bill ...

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Recount players are in place

Let there be no doubt: an election recount is a legal event. As noted on the Democrat Central blog, there are no less than eight lawyers and judges involved in the recount of Tom Perriello’s apparent victory over incumbent Rep. ...

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Presidential elector is W&M law student

A second-year law student will be among the 13 Virginia electors when they gather in Richmond on Dec. 15 to formally vote Virginia for the Obama-Biden ticket.  As noted by the law school at the College of William & Mary, ...

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Civil Procedure – P.I. Suit – Police Report – SDT

In this wrongful death action by the family of decedent passenger, the Fairfax Circuit Court quashes a subpoena duces tecum in which the parents sought the criminal investigation file supporting the decision not to prosecute any of the civil defendants. ...

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