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Swine flu scare raises legal issues (access required)

When the swine flu scare hit last week, two large law firms were ready with information and a catalog of legal issues that might arise during a pandemic. Troutman Sanders LLP issued a news release and launched Web pages to ...

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Commonwealth replaces Intoxilyzer machines (access required)

The Intoxilyzer finally is retired. The last state-owned “Intoxilyzer 5000” machines, used by police to perform breath tests on suspected drunken drivers, have been taken out of service, according to a spokesman for the state Department of Forensic Science. DUI ...

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Letter to the Editor (access required)

Dear Editor: Regarding the article, “Rate a Doc: Online services prompt some to use privacy agreements,” from your April 6 issue, it’s not only doctors who are concerned about online services that purport to “rate” them—lawyers are concerned as well. ...

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Sham marriage prompts one-year sentence (access required)

NORFOLK—A former FBI trainee who admitted entering into a sham marriage to gain U.S. citizenship has been sentenced to a year in prison. U.S. District Judge Henry Coke Morgan also revoked 26-year-old Yue Cheng’s U.S. citizenship and canceled her certificate ...

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