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Vick may get home confinement

Michael Vick has been cleared for home confinement this spring because there’s no room at a halfway house. The Richmond Times-Dispatch, citing an AP report, said that the U.S. Bureau of Prisons had cleared Vick for home confinement as early ...

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Foggo gets 3 years in prison

Alexandria U.S. District Judge James C. Cacheris sentenced former CIA executive director Kyle Foggo to 37 months for corruption. Prosecutors said Foggo used that job to award lucrative contracts to a businessman and friend in San Diego in return for ...

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Mims named AG

As expected, the General Assembly today elected former colleague William C. Mims attorney general. Mims served in the legislature from 1992 until former Attorney General Robert F. McDonnell named him his chief deputy in January 2006. McDonnell stepped down earlier ...

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ASL honored for community work

The Appalachian School of Law is on a presidential honor roll for community service. In 2008, ASL continued coaching “Lego Robotics” teams at the Mountain Mission School for underprivileged children.   ASL students took part in the Buchanan County Community ...

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