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Cases coming alive with doc’s expertise (access required)

A Roanoke-area doctor suddenly sidelined by chronic illness has reinvented himself as the region’s most highly-qualified litigation support professional. Rheumatologist Tim Henshaw used to help patients deal with their arthritic joints. Now, he helps lawyers by creating three-dimensional, animated computer ...

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Lawyers have no appeal of GDC sanction (access required)

A circuit court judge ruled last month that he has no jurisdiction to hear appeals of nearly $7,800 in sanctions imposed against two lawyers in a district court case. Richmond Circuit Judge Melvin R. Hughes Jr. said the district court’s ...

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Cumberland Gap docket

Apparently, there are a lot of cases coming out of the Cumberland Gap National Historic Park, because the federal judges are calling for back-up in this order posted on the Western District’s website.

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Pop songs and political hijinks

Reporters have been busy documenting the shenanigans leading up to yesterday’s municipal elections around Virginia. There was a Roanoke candidate who took out newspaper ads without disclosing his identity. In St. Paul, some people registered to vote even though they ...

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Eyebrows in motion

It had escaped our notice until today, but government has gone to You Tube in a big way. Virginia alone has 25 agencies using the do-it-yourself video website. Even Roanoke County has its own You Tube site. The latest entry ...

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Trouble doubles for J&D judge

State police have charged J&D Court Judge Keith Blankenship with hit-and-run after an accident last month in Powhatan County, according to the Wytheville Enterprise. Blankenship is already facing DUI and refusal charges from a traffic stop on March 1. Blankenship, ...

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