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Tattoo parlor protected by First Amendment
Citizens of the commonwealth’s capitol city may recall how they swelled with pride to learn last year that Richmond residents are among the most-tattooed folks in the country. A survey reported by MSNBC said Richmond, at number three the “most surprising” entry in a top-10 tattoos list of cities, averages about 14.5 tattoo shops per…
Spring cleaning
This week’s column has a couple of quick hits. Call it cleaning out March’s closet. Like the dentist named Dr. Payne This isn’t really an update to the “Not Weed” story a few weeks back, although there are thematic similarities… Forbes has hired a new reporter to cover the legal marijuana industry beat and the…
Dress Codes: The Poll Results
[image: ]It’s okay to ditch the tie when working in the office, according to lawyers across the commonwealth. Just don’t show up with a three-day beard. Leave the low-cut tops at home, but don’t be afraid to step out in stilettos. Tattoos and nose rings have no place in the law firm, but men can…
‘Good Faith’ Saves Prolonged Traffic Stop
Prolonging a traffic stop for a “dangling object” in violation of Va. Code § 46.2-1054 was not justified by an officer’s observation of defendant’s nervousness, inquiring into his criminal record, discussing his tattoos and requesting a K-9 unit, the Court of Appeals holds; although the prolonged stop violated defendant’s Fourth Amendment rights under the 2015…
Criminal – Heroin Distribution – Intent – Baggie Corner Count
A defendant cannot overturn his conviction for possession of heroin with intent to distribute by claiming the trial court erred in considering 10 plastic bag corners as evidence of intent because the content of only five of the bag corners testified positive for heroin; the Court of Appeals says the totality of the circumstances, without…
How to mess up your job prospects
U.S. News & World Report published a handy list last week: “5 Do’s and Don’ts for College Students Using Social Media.” While aimed at college kids, this quick and basic primer on tools such as Facebook and Twitter is useful to (A) parents with a kid in college who may not get it yet, (B)…
Dress Codes: What is the prevailing view about associates’ appearance?
Another crop of new lawyers has entered the legal workforce in Virginia. We have seen some slight easing of the job crunch: Here’s hoping that law firms and other organizations decide that it’s time to hire and that the new lawyers can put their new law licenses to work. But what type of workplace culture…
Three gain VSB awards
Three Virginia lawyers were recognized for public service during the Virginia State Bar annual meeting June 19 in Virginia Beach. Barry G. Logsdon, a principal in the firm of Mitchell & Logsdon in Newport News received the R. Edwin Burnette Jr. Young Lawyer of the Year Award for his involvement in several projects to help…
Hearsay
TAKING ONE FOR THE TEAM The eight-lawyer Vienna firm of Condo & Masterman is about to endure a year-long, heady dose of the Virginia State Bar. Joe Condo is the new VSB president and David Masterman is the new chair of the VSB Family Law Section. Masterman was tongue-in-cheek sanguine about the impact on the…
Hearsay
Tattoo you Here’s a creative chap, perhaps in more ways than one. Tattoo artist J.D. Crowe of York County is suing the cities of Virginia Beach and Chesapeake because local ordinances prohibit the operation of tattoo parlors within city limits. His theory: He has suffered “immediate, irrevocable injury through loss of business opportunity.” While several…

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