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Landlord who burned tenants’ property hit for $250,000 (access required)

A Louisa County couple gets to keep its $250,000 verdict against the landlord who publicly discarded and burned their belongings, even though a jury rejected their claims that the landlord was motivated by racial hatred. U.S. District Judge Norman K. Moon denied the landlord’s motion to reduce the Charlottesville jury’s award or to order a new ...

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  1. Garrett M. Smith of Charlottesville, Stillwell’s counsel, said Monday, “No payment has been made, and no decision on an appeal has been reached at this time.”

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