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Evidence standards: your mileage may vary

As Roanoke lawyers pondered the prospects for an official Virginia Code of Evidence last week at a bench-bar conference, presenter John Oakey recalled the variations in trial gatekeeping by Virginia’s federal judges prior to the establishment of federal rules of ...

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Fralin to retire from House

Del. William Fralin,  R-Roanoke, told fellow delegates today he will not run for re-election this fall.  Fralin has represented the Roanoke Valley for six years. As reported by The Roanoke Times, Fralin’s announcement on the House floor led to a ...

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Maine claim in vain

The state of Maine again has been rejected in its effort to force the return of a copy of the Declaration of Independence held by a Virginia citizen. The Supreme Court of Virginia today brushed aside Maine’s characterization of the ...

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ASL honored for community work

The Appalachian School of Law is on a presidential honor roll for community service. In 2008, ASL continued coaching “Lego Robotics” teams at the Mountain Mission School for underprivileged children.   ASL students took part in the Buchanan County Community ...

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GMU mootsters take regional honors

George Mason University law students have won the U.S. Mid-Atlantic Regional Championship in the National Rounds of the 2009 Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition, according to the school’s announcement. The moot team shut out the competition 7-0. ...

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