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Breathalyzer test data now online

Lawyers working DUI cases now have easier access to test information for the state-owned machines used to test drivers for breath alcohol levels. The state Department of Forensic Science is now posting the records online, instead of having to copy ...

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Herring to announce office changes

Attorney General Mark Herring is expected to announce a series of reform initiatives for his office Thursday morning, the apparent result of a review by three experts announced in February. The panel was asked to generate recommendations related to the ...

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Virginia Beach to have prosecutors for every DUI

Drivers challenging DUI charges in Virginia Beach will face a prosecutor on the other side of the courtroom beginning June 30. City Commonwealth’s Attorney Colin D. Stolle says he will staff every driving-under-the-influence case with one of his assistants. Currently, ...

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Lawyer sued after murder of process server (access required)

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It’s a daily occurrence for family lawyers. The client wants a divorce, the lawyer has prepared the pleadings, and it’s time to get the official papers delivered to the opposing party. The local sheriff’s office can do the job – ...

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ALPS keeps A- rating

The Virginia State Bar’s endorsed insurance carrier has retained its healthy assessment from insurance rating agency A.M. Best. ALPS Property & Casualty Insurance Company continues to hold an A- (Excellent) rating with a stable outlook, ALPS reported Wednesday. The news ...

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Portsmouth lawyer pleads to assault

A Portsmouth lawyer accused of inappropriately touching a female deputy has pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor assault charge. Sterling H. Weaver Sr., 65, entered an Alford plea, which means he did not admit guilt but acknowledged the evidence was sufficient ...

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