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Waiver money running out

Court-appointed lawyers could face disappointment on fees for some cases next month. The money for fee cap waivers is running out again. The budget for the fiscal year that ends in June included $4.2 million for extra pay for court-appointed ...

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Kinser offers ‘State of Judiciary’ address

NORFOLK — Virginia Supreme Court Chief Justice Cynthia D. Kinser shone a light on court staff in her 2012 State of the Judiciary address delivered May 15 in Norfolk. The chief justice opened Virginia’s annual Judicial Conference with a summation ...

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When you notice your client has diminished capacity

At some point in your practice you may be confronted by the diminished capacity of a client. With the American population aging, the number of individuals with diminished capacity is increasing. An attorney may be faced with a client in ...

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