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High court censures Taylor (access required)

The Supreme Court of Virginia has censured Virginia Beach Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Judge Ramona D. Taylor for thwarting the effort of a juvenile defendant to appeal her denial of bond. Taylor contended that she did so on the ...

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Ex-judge Tripp’s license revoked (access required)

The revocation of the law license of former Norfolk Circuit Judge Alfred M. Tripp provides insight into his sudden and unexplained departure from the bench. His exit appears to have been based, at least in part, on the provision of ...

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Williams Mullen sued for sexual harassment (access required)

A former records manager for Williams Mullen has filed suit in federal court in Norfolk alleging sexual harassment and age and national origin discrimination by the firm. Hanh Nguyen Allgood, a 53-year-old Vietnamese national, worked for the firm from July ...

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Watch where you walk when in Danville (access required)

A new report says the Danville metropolitan area is the riskiest in Virginia for pedestrians. The report ranks the Richmond metropolitan area as the second-riskiest, followed by Roanoke, the Washington-Arlington-Alexandria region, the Bristol-Kingsport, Tenn. region, Hampton Roads, Lynchburg, the Blacksburg-Christiansburg-Radford ...

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