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Occupy, William & Mary style

It’s finals week down at the College of Knowledge in Williamsburg. And William & Mary’s main library, Earl Gregg Swem Library, has announced that it will remain open for 125 straight hours this week. So what are the stressed-out students ...

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Smith becomes Eastern District chief judge

Norfolk U.S. District Judge Rebecca Beach Smith this week assumed the duties of chief judge for the Eastern District of Virginia, becoming the first woman judge in that position and the first Norfolk-based judge to serve as chief in 26 ...

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Smith becomes Eastern District chief judge

Norfolk U.S. District Judge Rebecca Beach Smith this week assumed the duties of chief judge for the Eastern District of Virginia, becoming the first woman judge in that position and the first Norfolk-based judge to serve as chief in 26 ...

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Court issues ‘actual innocence’ writ

The en banc Virginia Court of Appeals today issued a writ of actual innocence to Thomas Haynesworth, a Richmond man who spent nearly three decades in prison for at least one rape he didn’t commit. An appellate panel heard Haynesworth’s ...

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Court issues ‘actual innocence’ writ

The en banc Virginia Court of Appeals today issued a writ of actual innocence to Thomas Haynesworth, a Richmond man who spent nearly three decades in prison for at least one rape he didn’t commit. An appellate panel heard Haynesworth’s ...

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