When was the last time you saw a case in which it mattered where a truck was parked overnight? In a new decision from Alexandria federal court, the place where a truck was garaged on the day of an accident ...Read More »
They’re heeeere. Creepy clown citings have been common down in the Carolinas over the past six weeks. Starting around Greenville, South Carolina, in late August, police got reports of clowns lurking in the woods. Yes, clowns. As in Bozo. Clarabell. ...Read More »
Beloit College in Wisconsin has made a name for itself with its “Mindset List.” That is an annual compendium remarking on the way incoming freshman think and view themselves and their world. It’s a catalog of the cultural touchpoints familiar ...Read More »
Even though an employer found a signed resignation letter in an envelope addressed to him on top of an employee’s desk, the employee had not given notice to quit her job, a Fairfax Circuit judge has ruled. In this case, ...Read More »
As someone who grew up in South Florida, I can attest first-hand to the essential strangeness of the Sunshine State and some of the people there. Pick up any newspaper in the nation, and if there’s a wrap-up of headlines ...Read More »
Justice Stephen R. McCullough was invested as the 106th member of the Supreme Court of Virginia on May 23, at a ceremony featuring his family, his colleagues from the Court of Appeals and past co-workers at the Virginia Attorney General’s ...
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A judge need not automatically recuse himself when a lawyer who regularly appears before the court is a witness or a defendant in a case, according to the Judicial Ethics Advisory Committee. The judge must “introspectively determine” her own impartiality ...Read More »