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Sham marriage prompts one-year sentence (access required)

NORFOLK—A former FBI trainee who admitted entering into a sham marriage to gain U.S. citizenship has been sentenced to a year in prison. U.S. District Judge Henry Coke Morgan also revoked 26-year-old Yue Cheng’s U.S. citizenship and canceled her certificate ...

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Motorsports figure sent to prison (access required)

ABINGDON—A co-founder of Morgan-McClure Motorsports who the government said accepted bags of cash to avoid taxes has been sentenced to 18 months in a federal prison. The government said Larry Allen McClure was also ordered last week to pay more ...

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UR law students win mediation competition (access required)

A team of students from the University of Richmond law school won the American Bar Association’s national mediation competition in New York City last month. Paul Falabella and Faith Alejandro, both second-year students, qualified for the final round in New ...

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