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Definitely worth more than a 1,000 words

Mugshots from the 1920s are significantly cooler than mugshots from today. That’s the claim of The Phoblographer, a photography website that explores photography and pop culture’s impact on the medium, in a post by Chris Gampat, editor-in-chief of the site. ...

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VSB website down for a day

The Virginia State Bar’s website will go dark from 5 p.m. Wednesday to 5 p.m. Thursday as the VSB moves the site from one vendor to another. Members will not be able to log in or use mobile applications during ...

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Feds cutting fees for court-appointed lawyers

Sequestration is hitting federal court-appointed lawyers in the wallet. The Executive Committee of the U.S. Judicial Conference has reduced hourly rates for court-appointed panel attorneys by $15 an hour. The change is described as an “emergency move” to preserve federal ...

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