Contrary to father’s claim, a trial court provided written findings to support its decision to deviate from the guidelines support amount of $276 per month, up to the $612 per month father previously paid for the couple’s child, based on ...Read More »
Monthly Archives: October 2010
A contractor cannot overturn his conviction for construction fraud under Va. Code § 18.2-200.1 by claiming he only received a cash advance for supplies, not for labor; the Court of Appeals holds a person receiving an advance for supplies obtains ...Read More »
A trial court had the power to revoke suspension of defendant’s 2008 sentence for heroin possession even though he committed his probation violation after the date of his initial sentence, but before his prior revocation hearing, the Court of Appeals ...Read More »
WILLIAMSBURG – Meet Virginia’s new breathalyzer, same as the old breathalyzer. “Both instruments are equally accurate and precise,” says Alka Lohmann, the woman responsible for calibrating the state’s breath alcohol machines and training their operators. She’s talking about the Intoxylizer ...
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Whether a law firm is outsourcing work across the street or around the globe, the ethics issues are the same, according to Virginia State Bar Ethics Counsel James McCauley. Firms may not want it known that they have shipped legal ...Read More »
When Richmond lawyers heard about pro bono programs all over the state last spring, they realized they are on to a good thing. Lawyers from around the commonwealth described a variety of do-good efforts in April, when Chief Justice Leroy ...Read More »