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Deeds draws challenger

A Charlottesville lawyer plans to run as a Republican for the seat of state Sen. Creigh Deeds. Elsewhere, two incumbent commonwealth’s attorneys announce bids for re-election. “T.J.” Aldous, the Charlottesville lawyer, described himself as a “committed conservative” as he told ...

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Petro Poop? Creativity from the bench

Trend Alert: Judges increasingly are resorting to humor, pop culture references and rhymes in their opinions. The Wall Street Journal reports this morning that judges across the country are more frequently using these devices to spice up otherwise drab legal ...

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$23M verdict stands for Richmond plaintiff

A $23-million verdict for a man severely injured in a highway truck crash has survived post-trial motions in Richmond Circuit Court. Circuit Judge Melvin Hughes denied defense motions to set aside or reduce the award, Richmond lawyer Chris Guedri said. ...

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