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Lawyers across Virginia react to earthquake

There was whole lot of shakin’ going on in law offices around Virginia at 1:51 p.m. A 5.8 magnitude earthquake hit then and sent some lawyers and staff scurrying from their offices into the street in many locations. Most apparently ...

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Lawyers across Virginia react to earthquake

There was whole lot of shakin’ going on in law offices around Virginia at 1:51 p.m. A 5.8 magnitude earthquake hit then and sent some lawyers and staff scurrying from their offices into the street in many locations. Most apparently ...

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Court could define ‘good cause’ in new appellate rule (access required)

The Supreme Court of Virginia will have the opportunity to define just what constitutes “good cause” to excuse missing the deadline for filing a transcript. The court recently granted writs for two criminal defendants who had their appeals dismissed in ...

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Award for U.S. 58 bridge reduced to $12 million

The contractor for the Clarksville bypass on U.S. 58 is due $12 million, $9.2 million less than he originally was awarded, Norfolk Circuit Judge Charles E. Poston has ruled. The Virginia Court of Appeals and the Supreme Court of Virginia ...

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Award for U.S. 58 bridge reduced to $12 million

The contractor for the Clarksville bypass on U.S. 58 is due $12 million, $9.2 million less than he originally was awarded, Norfolk Circuit Judge Charles E. Poston has ruled. The Virginia Court of Appeals and the Supreme Court of Virginia ...

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Judges stay fit, fight stress with sports training (access required)

When it comes to running, Virginia Supreme Court Justice William C. Mims says his hypercompetitive yin struggles with his spiritual yang. Virginia Court of Appeals Judge William G. Petty says the hypercompetitive yin usually predominates when he’s on a bicycle. ...

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