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Monthly Archives: January 2013

More Testing Needed for ‘Competency’ Decision (access required)

Because the clinical psychologist who initially found defendant competent to stand trial stated that his opinion might change if defendant had an appropriate neurological examination, including an EEG and CAT scan and/or MRI, a Hanover Circuit Court orders the additional ...

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Buyer Wins Specific Performance, Can Close Now (access required)

As the defendant has failed to show by clear and convincing evidence that the plaintiff real estate buyer failed to cancel, rescind or otherwise repudiate the purchase contract, the Virginia Beach Circuit Court grants judgment for plaintiff and orders specific ...

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Third Petition Terminates Mom’s Rights (access required)

After previously reversing the circuit court terminating mother’s rights to her four children (Fredericksburg Dep’t of Social Servs. v. Washington [VLW 011-7-258(UP)]), the Court of Appeals summarily affirms the circuit court order terminating mother’s rights based on the record evidence ...

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