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Contributory negligence alleged in aggravation of back injury – $235,000 Settlement (access required)

Contributory negligence was at issue in this automobile accident case. Plaintiff suffered aggravation to pre-existing low back degeneration that had been operated on previously. [10-T-008] Type of action: Automobile accident Injuries alleged: Aggravation to pre-existing low back degeneration Name of ...

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Supreme Court candidates to appear on Wednesday (access required)

The House and Senate Courts of Justice Committees will interview candidates to fill a vacancy on the Supreme Court of Virginia on Wednesday. The interviews will begin at the end of the noon meeting of the two houses. They were ...

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House, Senate panels differ on court redistricting

Senators and delegates appear to agree that the time is at hand to look at redistricting the state’s judicial circuits and districts, but the members of the House Courts of Justice Committee are more insistent about making it happen than ...

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With No Interest In Debt, Bank Can’t Foreclose (access required)

Although the record is clear that defendant bank cannot enforce the missing note as a negotiable instrument due to its violation of Va. Code § 8.3A-309, this does not extinguish plaintiff’s debt or prohibit foreclosure; but the Fairfax Circuit Court ...

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Embassy Employee’s Embezzlement Can Be Prosecuted in U.S. (access required)

An Alexandria U.S. District Court says a Jordanian who worked for the U.S. Embassy in Baghdad, as a shipping and customs supervisor responsible for facilitating shipments of personal property of embassy personnel in and out of Iraq, can be prosecuted ...

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