While taking part in training exercises on the James River, decedent Freddie Porter, a storekeeper seaman in the U.S. Navy, was killed when his rigid-hulled inflatable boats (RHIBs) was struck by one of an array of barges being towed by ...Read More »
Monthly Archives: September 2010
Judges in Missouri now have access to details of the public cost as they weigh prison time versus probation. The state’s sentencing advisory commission began this practice last month, according to The New York Times. Proponents hope that this cost ...Read More »
Estate planning lawyer and substitute judge Kenneth C. King Jr. of Roanoke and Charlottesville died Sept. 12 at age 68. A 1972 graduate of the University of Minnesota law school, Mr. King practiced law in Roanoke for 38 years. He ...Read More »
Yesterday, the Supreme Court of Virginia published 17 opinions. Virginia Lawyers Weekly subscribers can read our analysis of the following cases on The SCoVA Blog: An invalid order, but no standing to challenge it What happens when a judge without ...
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