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Tattoo Company in Contempt of Injunction
A Norfolk U.S. District Court that granted a permanent injunction against defendants infringement of intellectual property owned by plaintiff tattoo art company finds defendants and Third Parties in contempt for failing to maintain and preserve business records and transferring assets to the Third Parties, but plaintiff has not proved that defendant has continued to display…
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…
Dress Codes: The Poll Results
Its okay to ditch the tie when working in the office, according to lawyers across the commonwealth. Just dont show up with a three-day beard. Leave the low-cut tops at home, but dont be afraid to step out in stilettos. Tattoos and nose rings have no place in the law firm, but men can…
Couple pays off ex-teacher's bond after he disappears
A Richmond couple who posted $50,000 bond for the man accused of sexually abusing their teen-age son has paid the bond after the man disappeared. The man, Gregory Allen Moyer, was a teacher at Fork Union Military Academy who was convicted in 1997 of committing bizarre sex crimes involving cadets. During his trial, he…
Criminal – Brady Claim – Defendants Identity
Although defendant claims he was prejudiced by police failure to disclose allegedly exculpatory information, including a document found in his motel room with another persons name, police testimony about an indentation on defendants face, and that an officer failed to observe defendants tattoo, the Court of Appeals says defendant was not entitled to a new…
Unpublished cases track 4CA sentence review
Since federal sentencing guidelines became advisory, defense lawyers may be trying to track even unpublished 4th Circuit cases, just to see how a particular federal judge applies the guidelines to a given defendant. The defendant in U.S. v. Trent will get another shot at sentencing. A Newport News cop pulled Hakim Trents purple Ford Escort…
Unpublished cases track 4CA sentence review
Since federal sentencing guidelines became advisory, defense lawyers may be trying to track even unpublished 4th Circuit cases, just to see how a particular federal judge applies the guidelines to a given defendant. The defendant in U.S. v. Trent will get another shot at sentencing. A Newport News cop pulled Hakim Trents purple Ford Escort…
The Weekly Recap
Editor’s Note: The following selected stories appeared in the VLW Daily E-Mail Alert and as featured daily news links on the VLW Web site, www.valawyersweekly.com, from Sept. 22 to Sept. 28. The originating source of a story is indicated after the item. If you are not presently receiving this Alert, please sign up today…
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,…
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…

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