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Payee notification dead for the year

The Supreme Court of Virginia has asked the Virginia State Bar and the Virginia Trial Lawyers Association to withdraw legislation they had planned to introduce on payee notification. The Virginia State Bar Council had endorsed the concept in October. The ...

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Court sees six DVDs of teen questioning

Looking for a tutorial on police interrogation tactics? We’ve got something better than a Law & Order rerun. Two Norfolk police detectives brought 17-year-old Kelsey Erin Helvenston into the police station on March 22 to question her about a fatal ...

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Court asks withdrawal of payee notification  (access required)

Virginia Chief Justice Leroy Rountree Hassell Sr. asked the Virginia State Bar and the Virginia Trial Lawyers Association today to back off on payee notification legislation in this session of the General Assembly. Hassell told VSB Executive Director Karen A. ...

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Former state Sen. George Warren dies

Former state Sen. George M. Warren Jr., a prominent trial lawyer and prosecutor, has died at age 87, reports the Bristol Herald Courier . Sen. Warren served in the Virginia Senate from 1963 to 1975.  He was Bristol Commonwealth’s Attorney ...

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Hair habit comes home to roost

Famed New Orleans restaurateur Al Copeland left a legacy of litigation stemming from his hair enhancements when he died last March. As reported by sister publication New Orleans City Business , Copeland’s estate is being sued for $126,000 for charges ...

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