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Lawyer apologizes for “no guts” remark

The Supreme Court of Virginia invited Winchester attorney William A. Crane to write a brief not to exceed 15 pages to explain why he said the court didn’t “have the guts to handle” an issue he raised in an appeal.

Crane opted instead for a two-page letter of apology. He’ll get a chance to apologize in person before the court tomorrow afternoon.

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