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Monthly Archives: April 2012

Court Reconsiders ‘Vested Rights’ Case (access required)

In this suit in which the court earlier made rulings involving vested rights [VLW 011-8-195], the Prince William County Circuit Court now grants motions for reconsideration, in part. I have concluded the motions for reconsideration should be granted. The Supreme ...

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Rezoning Challenger Gets Hearing (access required)

Plaintiff office park owner’s allegations that the board of supervisors did not adequately consider traffic impact when it rezoned an adjacent parcel from single-family homes to a planned development community have earned plaintiff an evidentiary hearing on whether the rezoning ...

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Contract Case Meant for Texas Courts (access required)

Under a “Sales Teaming Agreement” between defendant Project Resource Consulting LLC (PRC) and plaintiff ITech Consulting Group Inc. Texas law would govern the Agreement, and further, the Fairfax Circuit Court does not have personal jurisdiction over defendant PRC, a New ...

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Waiver Upheld Despite Language Issues (access required)

Although this 44-year-old murder defendant claims he could not make a knowing, intelligent and voluntary waiver of his rights because of his intellectual disabilities and difficulties, as a speaker of Vietnamese, the Fairfax Circuit Court denies defendant’s motion to suppress ...

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