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Night Court Proposed For Fairfax (access required)

Looking to cut overtime paid to police officers and reduce the number of hours the officers spend in court, a Fairfax County supervisor has proposed a night court for traffic matters. But the county’s long-time commonwealth’s attorney dismissed the idea ...

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Defending A Toxic Mold Case (access required)

GLEN ALLEN — Lawyers in Virginia gradually are becoming aware of toxic mold and the legal issues it raises. In some other states, plaintiffs have been pursuing claims based on mold and its allegedly deleterious effects on property and health. ...

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Preferences found at state law schools (access required)

A black applicant to the University of Virginia School of Law in 1999 was 730 times more likely to gain admission than a white applicant with identical academic credentials, according to a new study by a watchdog group that monitors ...

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Injured Cop Gets $2.7M Verdict (access required)

A Richmond jury has awarded $2.73 million in compensatory damages to a Henrico County police officer broadsided by a garbage truck with bad brakes. According to Charlottesville attorney J. Gregory Webb, the accident left the 28-year veteran, who led the ...

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