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Video briefs jurors before they enter courtroom

The chief justice sits, framed by potted plants and backed by a shelf full of Virginia law books, looking straight at the viewer. “You have been selected as a prospective juror,” she says. The introduction from Chief Justice Cynthia D. ...

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AG opinion could curb license plate surveillance

A recent opinion from Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli could put a crimp in some police use of license plate readers that scan vehicle tag numbers. In an official opinion letter, Cuccinelli said a state statute bars the passive collection ...

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Snow affects courts

The Supreme Court of Virginia has closed its administrative offices in Richmond because of the snowstorm hitting parts of Virginia Wednesday morning, according to an announcement on the court’s website: “Due to inclement weather, the administrative offices of the Supreme ...

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