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The letter you wish you could write

Ever get an annoying letter and wish you could just tell it straight in your response? The sports website Deadspin had a 2010 post that is making the rounds again. It featured an exchange between two lawyers; the reply letter ...

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Plea not coerced by judge’s comments

A district court judge’s encouragement to a defendant to “think carefully” before rejecting a plea deal did not mean the defendant could say his plea was coerced, when he later suffered buyer’s remorse and wanted to withdraw his plea. Francis ...

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Summary Affirmances (access required)

Editor’s Note: The Virginia Court of Appeals has disposed of these cases by summary disposition based on the reasoning of the lower tribunal. NPM Inc. 25 v. Rodgers, No. 0246-13-4, June 11, 2013. Affirms findings crediting claimant’s physician’s rating of ...

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